Featuring the scintillating vocals of UK singer Vula, ‘Turn Me On’ delivers a masterfully modern take on the 1982 Yazoo classic ‘Don’t Go’ – channelling a feelgood, club-ready revamp that seems destined to take the charts by storm.
“I always wanted to be the Alison Moyet to Vince Clarke in Yazoo,” Riton explains. “And the lovely chap has let me sample his smash hit ‘Don’t Go’. I’m honoured. Thank you to the big man.”
Similarly talented behind the decks, 2019 has seen Riton perform at Tomorrowland, Ministry of Sound, Ushuaia Ibiza in support of Martin Garrixand Electric Brixton as part of an Ed Banger Records showcase. Looking ahead, he kicks off a four-date Australian tour on 27th September.
“Recently, I’ve been really enjoying sampling songs from the 70s and 80s, so I loved reworking the iconic Yazoo synth sample and First Choice’s ‘Doctor Love’ hook in to this fresh 2019 Dance smash,” says Oliver. “Working on this together with Riton and Vula has been really fun and constructive! We’re very happy with the result and we hope you like it as much as we do!”
A collaboration between two of the biggest and most respected names in global dance music, it’s no real surprise that ‘Turn Me On’ is an infectious slice of feel good house.