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Anadol – Uzun Havalar

Anadol
Uzun Havalar
Label: Kinship, Pingipung
Catalog Number: KS04
Released: 2019
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A big favorite here at ISC and to all who were present during the hundreds of times we played it at the bar. It’s one of our most asked about albums, and for good reason. Anadol is the psychedelic synth folk project by Berlin based Turkish sound artist Gözen Atila. After studying electronic composition and music technology in Istanbul, or what she calls the “darkness of serious music”, Atila set out to liberate herself from this accustomed academic approach to electronics and produced Uzun Havalar, a collection of improvisational and experimental reimaginings of middle eastern folk songs. The music has the complexity of an aueteur producer with intricate detailed compositions exploring a broad range of influences, reigning in these varied sounds, and filtering them through avant-garde and playful recording techniques, all while employing a minimalist, lo-fi approach. The result is a wholly unique listening experience that’s dark, expansive, poppy, hypnotic, and beautiful.

– DM

Recommended – A1 Görünmez Hava, A2 Ay Çürüdü, B3 78 Yılının En Uzun Dakikası

Tags: Avant-Garde / Field recording / Now Sound / Psychedelic / Synth
Tracklist:

A1 Görünmez Hava
A2 Ay Çürüdü
A3 Adieu
B1 Casio Havası
B2 Ya Evde Korksan
B3 78 Yılının En Uzun Dakikası

Credits:

Recorded By, Producer – Anadol
A1: Synthesizer – Emir Özer, Trumpet – Aşkın Kirim, Voice – Suphi Sökücü
A2: Saxophone – Fehmican Gözüm & Suphi Sökücü, Trumpet – Serkan Emre Çiftçi, Voice – Lale Kardeş
A3: Saxophone – Suphi Sökücü, Trumpet – Serkan Emre Çiftçi, Voice – Şafak Acar
B2: Harmonium -Ekin Sanaç, Saxophone – Fehmican Gözüm, Trumpet – Aşkın Kirim, Violin – Dilek Acay, Voice – Gülce Özen Gürkan, Metin Göksel, Şafak Acar
B3: Guitar – Alican Tezer, Voice – Alper Maral
Cover, Design – Etkin Çekin
Mastered By – Martin Bartscher

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