Cansu Tanrikulu Kantoj de Fermiteco LP

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Cansu Tanrikulu - Kantoj de Fermiteco

featuring Greg Cohen on Bass and Tobias Delius on Clarinet/Saxophone

Limited edition (350 copies!) hand signed and numbered

recorded directly to the analogue master tape, cut at 45rpm and pressed using "One Step Plating"!

Cansu Tanrikulu - Kantoj de Fermiteco

featuring Greg Cohen on Bass and Tobias Delius on Clarinet and Saxophone 

Cansu Tanrikulu (1991, Ankara) is a vocal artist, composer and improviser based in Berlin. She is one of the busiest young voices in the European creative music scene leading projects and performing with artists such as Jim Black, Elias Stemeseder, Max Andrzejewski, Anthony Braxton, Marc Ribot and many more. Her elastic singing, wide stylistic vocabulary and far reaching approach to melody and text-based improvisation made her an in-demand vocalist and composer in multiple genres performing in renowned platforms of Europe.

Tanrikulu's new album was recorded in February 2021 and was produced by Guy Sternberg at LowSwing Studio in Berlin.
On this record Tanrikulu join forces with two legendary musicians: Bass player Greg Cohen, who has been shaping music history in his lifetime playing with such as Tom Waits, Ornette Coleman, Bob Dylan, Brian Eno and countless more and
sax/clarinet virtuoso Tobias Delius (Han Bennink, Louis Moholo, Misha Mengelberg, Bill Frisell). 

The album was recorded in a single session fully analogue & completely computer free recorded directly onto an analogue master tape without post production processing.

The album was cut directly from the master tape on a Neumann record lathe at 45RPM and was pressed using "One Step Plating" Process.

“Spooky moods. Powerful playing. Telepathic communication. A beautiful and adventurous collection of surrealistic sonic tableaux by three master musicians.”
 John Zorn

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