Comfortably poised as one of Holland’s most prolific Electronic artists to date, Fedde Le Grand has remained well and truly at large where House music is concerned. With an arsenal of well-received bangers and that insatiable chart-topper that stole the hearts of clubbers across the globe back in 2006, his Flamingo Recordings imprint continues to source wave after wave of well-bred international Dance music. Already established as key players on the international circuit, Sweden’s Johan Wedel and German producer Deniz Koyu, donning a noteworthy amount of steam to this forthcoming Flamingo release, have seen a truly positive influx of attention from the international House scene, using their hard-hitting remode of James Blunt’s Dangerous as a positive nod towards the diverse potential of their collaborative efforts as Europe’s latest promising House explosion.

But never one to disappoint in the face of musical development, Fedde returns alongside essential new blood Deniz Koyu and Johan Wedel for some serious action for 2012. In a tough yet melodic outing of rising Progressive House and chugging synth leads, the European trio find themselves well and truly in their element with an intense take on a genre that Le Grand has not only mastered, but set the standard to an all-time-high for. In a promising tip to the rising Swedish and German appendages of this latest banger for Flamingo Recordings, an injection of fresh talent doesn’t seem to have hurt Fedde in his quest to take dance floors across the globe by storm. At this rate, the task will be an easy one for Holland’s dynamically convergent Housemaster.

‘Turn It’ is set for release in March via Flamingo.

Words by Dan Carter

Radio RIP

21 Comments to “Preview: Fedde Le Grand, Deniz Koyu & Johan Wedel – Turn It [Flamingo]”

  • this is fucking epic!

  • Disappointing… :/

  • LOVE IT!!!!

  • So disappointing this is .. three ”master-chefs” in the same boat, and they came up with this boring beat?

    Nice breaks and everything, but the beat doesn’t make me wanna ”jump”.


  • this is some serious stuff!!

    i would imagine this is how it was done: johan wedel – that cool vocal loops, deniz koyu – drop, fedde le grand – break melody

  • Yeah, overall it’s kinda disappointing.
    After reading the three great DJs/producers, I expected quite a lot. The beat was after already one minute so annoying, it’s always the same short rhythm. Nevertheless, the part without beat is damn fantastic, but the beat does make the song worse than it is in a sad way.

  • Skum kvalite, låter fett nevertheless!

  • haters gonna hate..

    i do get your points but dont say too much before you hear it in an actual club.. i would imagine this becoming very big next year

    nevertheless, big track if you ask me!

  • Only haters here around lol so tired of it…go listen to Skrillex and SHM and the kiddie stuff if you like jumping to that.
    Amazing tune, great collab! Will be big in 2012.

  • Nice melodic break with a huge simple drop. Absolutely love it. I’m getting pretty tired of the melodic drops, like the ones avicii and alesso make.
    This beat would definitely make me want to ¨jump¨!

  • I think it is nothing about ”haters gonna hate”. FLG just had made so much great tracks this year, especially the remix of Coldplay’s Paradise – which this track has similarities with in my opinion – that some of us could have higher expectations, right? Even with the two really promising top DJs it does not sound that great overall.
    The drop at the end of video is nothing special out of view, somehow it turns to the same sequence before the build-up back. Either the video doesn’t show the most important and most exciting part of the track or it is simply the main drop we can hear there.

  • Kevski: People are of course entitled to have their own opinions. (Good to see someone who sadly doesn’t like the track actually giving their opinion instead of pure hatred) However, just keep in mind that this is a somewhat low-quality rip. It’s a common mistake to judge a track too strongly from the sounds of early radio rips.

  • Please keep in mind the track is still unfinished and everything.

  • Sjukt tung låt ju. Dock passar inte namnet in, tänker bara på Olav Basoskis disco-dänga när jag hör ”New Day”

  • manu: The track is finished. However, this rip is most likely not the finished version as it was ripped from a mix that aired a few months back. Vocals will also be coming.

  • Agreed, a little dissapointing with the three master producers on the same track. But with Wedels work on the vocals will be fucking epic! And since it’s a rip from a mix, this track will be fucking epiiiiiccc!!!!

  • Waiting for the vocals, expected more too.

  • OT: Adrian Lux nya från hans spelning i Åre igår

  • I think a few of you have already brought it up … but this track sounds like it has room for vocals.

  • I loved as much as you will obtain performed proper here. The caricature is attractive, your authored material stylish. however, you command get got an impatience over which you wish be turning inside the following. ill surely come further formerly once far more since precisely the comparable almost a whole lot regularly within case you protect this increase.

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