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Post by TwelveHundred » Tue Apr 22, 2008 6:02 am

I would have to say that Vakant has a fair amount of great music. Onur's got some nice tracks keeping it SUPER minimal with Superfunk to interesting soulful different jams like Sahara and Snykope. I think I spelled the last one right. Vakant for me, It's the other Minimal.

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Post by raggy11 » Thu Apr 24, 2008 5:40 pm

Onur is the best :!:

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Post by yournotfun » Thu May 08, 2008 4:47 am

Rockstar

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Post by eduardpaul » Wed Sep 03, 2008 1:37 pm

+3

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Post by mean » Thu Sep 04, 2008 5:15 pm

still a great artist..


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Post by ponyslaystation » Tue Jan 13, 2009 2:18 pm

cause we are a rich mix of Asia and Europe.istanbul!

and read this
Onur Özer - Interview
Do you have any relation to traditional Turkish music?
Not deeply, but I’m surrounded by it. It’s everywhere. When you’re outside on the streets of Istanbul, you can hear it all over. Loud and omnipresent.

Does it affect many people, of all ages or backgrounds?
Everybody hears it. Some people listen to it, others even hate it. But, as I said, you can’t get away from it. It’s the soundtrack of the city.

How do people deal with the tradition and the modernity?
First of all there’s a huge difference between Istanbul and the rest of Turkey. In Istanbul, the young generation is very European indeed. But the older people are more diverse, some are European, some open-minded, others very religious. There’s a balance in the city: one part is European, one part is traditional.

You can see two worlds collide, Europe and the Orient…
Of course. You know, down the street from where I live it’s pretty traditional. My area is very European-minded. Up the street is different again. Istanbul is very miscellaneous. Yeah, worlds collide. But people with different minds have found a way to live together.

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Post by tintin2085 » Mon Jan 19, 2009 12:33 am

I really like this artist, i'm not so fan of this productions, too mental, but as DJ he his a killer. A lot of energy, excellent selection...
For me it's one of the best DJ actually.

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Post by ibbjamin » Tue Jan 20, 2009 12:39 am

tintin2085 wrote:I really like this artist, i'm not so fan of this productions, too mental, but as DJ he his a killer. A lot of energy, excellent selection...
For me it's one of the best DJ actually.
Why do you have those links in your signature? None of them work...

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