Turbo Angels

Turbo Angels
Origin Slovenia
Genres Turbo-folk (Subgenre: Polkatronica)
Years active 2005–?
Labels Menart Records
  • Raay Aleš Vovk
  • Dejan Bojanec
  • Marjetka Jurkovnik
  • Maša Medik
Past members Dejan Gorenjec Raj (2005–2006)
Notable instruments
Diatonic accordion

Turbo Angels are a Slovenian turbo-folk quartet. Menart Records published their premier single, Naj se dviga, in 2005, and their debut album, Mi smo za…, in June 2006.

Dejan Bojanec replaced Dejan Gorenjec Raj as the band's diatonic accordion player in 2006, shortly before the release of Mi smo za, which they had already recorded with Raj. Raj (age 24 at the time of his announcement) left Turbo Angels in March 2006, citing medical problems.[1][2]

Turbo Angels' performance of their song "Zabava" ranked sixth in the finals for the 2008 EMA, Slovenia's national competition for Eurovision Song Contest 2008.

See also


  1. Menart, Založba (3 May 2006). "En Dejan odšel, drugi Dejan prišel" [One Dejan went, a second Dejan came]. Euroviizija.com (in Slovenian). Retrieved 28 July 2012.
  2. "Dejan odšel, Dejan prišel" [Dejan goes, Dejan comes]. Radiocelje (in Slovenian). NT&RC. 5 May 2006. Retrieved 28 July 2012.
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