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  • 01. Günahkar Helvasi - Grup Ses Dubmix
    02. John Dere - Fedayi Pacha Dubmix
    03. Destur III - Komadub Dubmix
    04. Ne Diyeyim - Onofon Dubmix
    05. Belki son kez - Komadub Dubmix
    06. Deutsche Freunde - Hey Douglas Dubmix
    07. Hayat bu malum - Onofon Dubmix
    08. Dubb- i Akbar - Alpadub Dubmix
    09. Nossa Bowa Gitara - FDU Dubmix
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    ELEKTRO HAFIZ

    Elektro Hafiz DUB Version

    [engl] 
    A dubmix release of the debut-album of Elektro Hafiz, with mixes from: Grup Ses, Fedayi Pacha, Komadub, Onofon, Alpadub, F.D.U., Hey Douglas. The legacy of the pioneers of Anatolian Rock in a new format: eclectic psychedelic sounds, backed by Dub, Anatolian Funk Rock, Electric Baglama and Progressive rhythms. Elektro Hafiz is a musician, born and raised in Istanbul, who has recently moved to Cologne, Germany. Already well known in Turkey, he can look back on 20 years as a professional musician. With his former band ‘Fairuz Derin Bulut’ he created and released three albums, which represent a milestone in the Anatolian psychedelic rock music of the 2nd generation in Turkey. Elektro Hafiz has shown and proven openness to various and sometimes contradicting music styles by mixing eastern instruments like the electric saz, darbuka and finger cymbals with different genres. He loves to play with contrasts and create new compositions from there. This open and experimental approach is still his trademark, as well as his charming provocative style that is complemented by a healthy dose of humour. His diverse compositions are heavily influenced by his Anatolian roots, which are reflected in his instrument of choice, the electric saz, in most of his pieces. A further ingenious characteristic of him is using the electric guitar as a rock instrument while at the same time applying the Anatolian harmony system (scale).
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    LP
    Release-Datum
    31.05.2016
    Genre
    Soul / Funk / Jazz
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    19,90 EUR
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    Release-Datum
    31.05.2016
    Genre
    Soul / Funk / Jazz
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