Débruit & Istanbul
- EU - Original
Limited Edition Vinyl // Artwork by "The Bow"
Recorded in Istanbul in July 2015 with a number of local visionary musicians, Débruit presents a synthetic and rhythmic journey inside the city's history and future. 'Débruit & Istanbul', his fourth album, is set for release through his own multidisciplinary label ICI on 27th May 2016.
During his 15 days in Istanbul, Débruit worked on an imaginative interpretation of the city carried by the megalopolis through its meanders. He collaborated with established artists, including leading fusion-jazz percussionist Okay Temiz, 70s Turkish-funk star Mustapha Özkent, gypsy master clarinettist Cüneyt Sepetçi, and rising and grass roots local musicians such as art-rock singer Gaye Su Akyol, Melike Şahin and Murat Ertel of BaBa ZuLa.
The inspiration of sounds, rhythms, lights and tempo of the city at different moments in time have resulted in a melting pot of traditional, visionary, electric, psychedelic, futuristic, melodic and experimental music. Now set for release to the public, 'Débruit & Istanbul' is a new vision of the exciting and captivating city.
"I wanted this album to be driven by the feelings I got from Istanbul and my encounters. The city’s enthusiasm and majestic urban and topographic flows inspired light but deep moods: there is a darkness in there but a proud one. A roughness in control. Istanbul has such an inspiring mix of tradition and forward thinking vision. It has a pulse of its very own. Its impossible to put into words the excitement, surprises and magic of making this album. Of the experiences of trying to find these people, walking up unknown streets or taking the boat to the Asian side. Discovering the city at the same time as being on the album journey, going to neighbourhoods I wouldn't have been to if it wasn't for recording. All that influence, infusing my imagination and creativity at the same time." - Débruit
|A1.||Above The Bosphorus|
|A2.||Kaçiyorum||Gaye Su Akyol|
|A3.||The Bridge's Strings||Okay Temiz|
|A5.||Der Saadet||Melike ?ahin|
|B5.||Uç Iki Bir|
|B6.||Towards Tarabya||Mustafa Özkent|
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