Tiga and Audion (AKA Matthew Dear) are both more than exciting enough when working independently, so it follows that their collaborations are awesome. Their latest single, Fever, with its sparse arrangement, demented synths, and infectious hook, much like their last collaboration Let's Go Dancing, is perfect remix material. For the Turbo Recordings remix EP, the duo have assembled a good looking roster consisting of KiNK, Maetrik, Tom Trago, and Acid Arab, who all deliver on their interpretations.
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Nothing makes me more happy than to see someone succeed at something they are passionate about. Such is definitely the case for West Coast native Eric Sharp, who has established himself as a top-notch selector, producer and visionary for today's electronic music scene. His beginnings are rooted in the true underground, where he is known for relentlessly dedicating himself to warehouse parties that ultimately spawned a career for himself behind the decks. With hard work comes great reward, and thus, CONTINUE READING
Tiga James Sontag is a legendary DJ and producer from Montreal, Canada. Tiga, as he is known to most, has released multiple tracks that have seen the top of music charts world wide and in 2007 he released the album Sexor, which won the Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year. Before that Tiga got his start by opening a store called DNA Records, and in 1998 founded his own label, Turbo Recordings which has gone on to release music from acts such as Proxy, Chromeo, ZZT, Boys Noize, Gesaffelstein CONTINUE READING
Toronto electronic group AZARI & III have returned with the release of their REMIX ALBUM on Dim Mak Records.
The REMIX ALBUM consists of some of the best AZARI & III remixes by today’s leading producers in the underground electronic movement. The compilation features classic AZARI & III remixes—including “Reckless (With Your Love)” (Tiga's What Iz House Muzik? Remix), “Hungry for the Power” (Jamie Jones Ridge Street Remix) and “Into the Night” (Nicolas Jaar Remix)—as CONTINUE READING
100 strong....and still ready to party.
For the momentous Crosstown Rebels #100, one of electronic music's great innovators makes his long-awaited comeback as Tiga. The Montreal avant-gardist's first original work in four years 'The Picture' is big, bad and heavy in every sense.
Stay tuned for more exciting news on their 100th later this week. Tiga's 'The Picture' is set for release on Monday.