Paris-based Tolga Fidan drops this mini-album on home label Vakant, journeying smoothly through his various styles. Featuring guests dOP's Jaw, his brother Atilla and Jonny Cruz, his tactile and sexy yet heady and experimental take on deep house makes for very addictive listening. Don't miss it.
Tolga Fidan appears with his debut album proper, a year since his top mini-album 'We're Strangers Now' appeared. As usual, his sound strikes effortlessly, sturdy house base with smatterings of vocals, encased in heavenly synth swells and some post-punk leanings adding that edge which sets him apart.
This artist is featured in Update #081:
Modeselektion Vol. 02, Guy Gerber, Fennesz, Digitalism
Here comes our June recap - its for all of you who might have missed some of the month's music over watching football or enjoying the perfect weather that surely must have existed someplace. Outstanding albums have come from Jamie Jones, Guy Gerber, more...
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Mark E, Vladislav Delay Quartet, Tiger & Woods
The past month of May provided us with a release schedule almost as erratic as the weather, but sticking to our monthly essentials should keep you on the safe side in terms of musical quality. Outstanding artist albums from Mark E, Dominik Eulberg and more...
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Ramadanman, Soul Clap, Gold Panda
March has marched on by, but not without pouring a vernal cornucopia of fantastic releases upon us. As usual our newsletter is filled to the brink with our personal favourites of the month, neatly split into genres for your browsing comfort. In techno and more...
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Lucy, Efdemin, Romboy vs. Bodzin
We survey the state of club nation this week with Lucy's stunning album debut, Marc Romboy and Stephan Bodzin's massive 'Luna' project and DJ Koze and Portable remixing Efdemin. Fans of the latter should also check our new podcast by Dial's Rndm, Efdemin's more...
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Glimpse, Innervisions, Maayan Nidam
Our taste for seductive grooves, lush chords, and uplifting vibes increases in direct proportion to the temperature, and lucky for us, many great producers have been hard at work to satiate our recent hunger for house music. From NYC deepness to Frankfurt more...
Tolga Fidan uses sweaty percussions as a sexual metaphor for this two-tracker on Freak'n Chic. 'Nised' and 'Downer N°5' are two nice and abstract house tracks, adding chords, vocal snippets and jazzy elements that will prove their worth on any dancefloor between Paris and Instanbul.