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    Kutiman return with more psychedelic, Anatolian rock vibes with block-rocking breaks - one for the b-boys/girls!
    El Khat's 'Saadia Jefferson' deconstructs Yemeni traditions; dismantling lyrics, melodies and compositions from Yemeni folk songs. From this, the band is able to delve into uncharted musical territory, updating Yemen’s ancient culture. Using an orchestra of instruments old and new, many repurposed from junk objects and turned into instruments that...
    A dizzying spin on disco pop, recorded in Iran during last moments before the 1979 revolution. Hamlet Minassian’s solo masterpiece is a testament to the Middle East’s forgotten dance music culture. This six-song, 44-minute LP hybridises a 'Euro' attitude with traditional Armenian songwriting creating hypnotic disco/proto-house music, seemingly beamed...
    Istanbul's Grup Ses colludes with saz player, Elektro Hafiz for the third release on the crucial, Zel Zele imprint. The duo explore the deep roots of psychedelic, Anatolian music through modern process, experimenting with samples, hip hop instrumentals and electronc production. Superb release!
    Debora Ipekel's and Ece Duzgit's Zel Zele imprint follows up on their reissue of the incredible 'Bermuda Seytan Ucgeni' by Umit Aksu Orkestrası. For the label's second release, Zel Zele focus on the contemporary Turkish music of Mavi Gunes 69, who are Osman Murat Ertel, frontman and co-founder of Istanbul’s cult psychedelic folk band BaBa ZuLa and...
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    Finders Keepers proudly present these previously unheard demo recordings, recorded following the demise of Turkish percussionist Durul Gence’s ill-fated Asia Minor Mission (AMM) group.Sourced from the original tapes taken from Durul Gence’s personal archive. Recommended
    The visionary Turkish percussionist and the great South African bassist were introduced by Don Cherry in 1969, when Dyani moved to Sweden after the break-up of The Blue Notes. They worked together regularly over the next decade, starting out with Cherry in the Eternal Ethnic Music trio. Recorded in Istanbul in 1976; originally released in an edition...
    "Uzelli Psychedelic Anadolu" is a new stimulating and refreshing compilation of psychedelic sounds from Turkey, offering a new perspective, fresh names and undiscovered genres. All the tracks were found in Uzelli's archives, and were selected from thousands of tracks, re-mastered from master tapes and high quality recording tapes. Here you...