Under the spotlight: Turno

Here's a deeper glimpse into Turno.

Skiddle Staff

Last updated: 26th May 2023

Highest Point 2023 may be over but we're still thinking about some of the artists and DJs who absolutely smashed it this year, Turno. Taking to a packed-out Sundial stage, the DJ absolutely bossed his set, dropping his latest single 'Rave Out' (with Skepsis and Charlotte Plank) which was a lightning bottle of energy that had the crowd bouncing. 

We thought we'd take more of a look at Turno's career so far. From the get-go, he has been an advocate of high-tempo Drum and Bass tunes, with his tracks being dubbed as "not for the faint-hearted". That attitude is emblematic of his live shows too, which are always big on energy.

His original influences range from DJ Hazard to Pleasure and he doubles down on an infectious sound that sees his beats repeating in your head time and time again. Having been spinning the decks earlier than 2011, he has well over a decade of experience in getting people fired up.

Working on his craft for years has led to Turno gaining a reputation as a versatile DJ, constantly honing his skills in order to push his sound to new skills. This has led to him delighting crowds across the globe, with sold-out tours everywhere imaginable from Europe to Australia. 

He has a busy schedule lined up for 2023 too, with appearances at Parklife, Groovebox, Lost Wood Festival and WAH at the Warehouse project just a few highlights. There's no doubt that he is working his way up to being a guaranteed headliner at huge festivals in the future and long may his rise continue.



Check out our What's On Guide to discover even more rowdy raves and sweaty gigs taking place over the coming weeks and months. For festivals, lifestyle events and more, head on over to our Things To Do page or be inspired by the event selections on our Inspire Me page.








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