his track is awesome because it brings together the constituent instruments of the Turkish Music: the "darbuka","bağlama" and clarinet.
The song's melodies are beautifully traditional but the lyrics are a revolution for Turkey. It talks about how the human soul can be free. One lyric is: "The free soul of the skin doesn't decrease by having sex." Because in Turkey nobody openly talks about sex, this song fits the definition of "New Wave" Turkish psychedelic music.
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About the curator - Ada Bayramoglu
Ada is a high schooler from İstanbul who cannot be seen without her headphones. She is a “support your local” kind of girl who knows all the best places to drink coffee in her hometown. Her subconscious is full of “Turkish Classical Music”, which she has been listening to since she was born. She likes everlasting conversations with her friends about music and art. If you don’t know where she is just look at the nearest concert hall and she’ll be there.