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Various - Beyond Istanbul - Underground Grooves of Turkey

Underground Grooves of Turkey
Various - Beyond Istanbul - Underground Grooves of Turkey
(CD) Trikont CD355, 2006-08-28

Tracklisting :
01. The Night Session - La Mirage 04:52
02. Sivan Perwer - Heybénin 04:30
03. Çay Taylan - Çiftetelli 04:46
04. Nil Karaibrahimgil - Bütün Kizlar Toplandik 03:44
05. Baba Zula - Kisaltmalar 07:17
06. Orient Expressions - Ehmedo 05:38
07. Ayhan Sicimoglu - Reggae Turca Tone 04:33
08. dZihan & Kamien - Just U and I 05:53
09. Ceza - Rapstar 03:17
10. Burhan Öçal feat. Emel Sayin - Çile Bülbülüm 03:06
11. Baba Çay - Mancis 05:38
12. Brooklyn Funk Essentials feat. Laço Tayfa - Ska Ka Bop 04:56
13. Burhan Öçal & Trakya All Stars - Tekirdag Karsilasmasi 06:19
14. Göksel - Depresyondayim 04:02
15. Replikas - Ömür Sayaci 03:21
16. Taner Demiralp - Gül Yüzlülerin Sevkine Gel 05:16

Compiled by : DJ Ipek Ipekcioglu
Prologue & Booklet by : Daniel Bax

Links :

Press Release :
It's not easy to write about Turkey and its culture without falling into cliches and stereotypes. So let's get going: the crossroads between East and West, the hinge between Europe and Asia, the bridge between the Occident and Orient, the heritage of the Byzantines and Constantinople-yeah, this is Turkey exactly and especially Ûstanbul, the city between minarets and skyscrapers, its silhouettes made by the domes of mosques, synagogues, tops of churches and, last but not least, from its increasing shanty towns which unify all of the contradictions and diversities which Turkey has to offer.
Although the music scene in Turkey has dramatically changed in the last few years, just at the beginning of the 90's young pop singers like Tarkan brought a breath of fresh air to the scene with an easy-listening, accessible pop music which reflects a certain young, urban and western way of living.
Especially in Germany, Turkish music is thought to be oldfashioned, an image from folklore and the second-class "Gastarbeiter" culture. Only a few people in Germany have contributed in the last few years as much as DJ Ipek Ipekçioglu to breaking down the frozen notions and prejudices of how people see Turkish music. As a star of the monthly "Gayhane" nightclub at SO36, an institution of the night life of the migrant district of Berlin-Kreuzberg, she really helped to improve these faulty notions by smashing unusual sounds into the ears of migrants and Germans. If she now wants to offer a contemporary overview of moods, developments and sounds of the Turkish underground, you could not have a better guide. Thus: happy travels! Daniel Bax

French Press Release :
Souvent considéré uniquement pour sa musique traditionnelle, la Turquie possède cependant une scène moderne dont beaucoup de représentant se trouvent en Allemagne et tout particulièrement dans le cartier de kREUZBERG, centre de la culture turque dans la capitale allemande. On retrouve sur cette compilation faites par DJ Ipek Ipekcioglu (DJ résident du plus gros club turc à Berlin) quelques uns des plus grands représentants de cette culture.


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