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|1.||"Sana Gore Bir Sey Yok" (4:27)|
|4.||"Gordugum Ruya" (3:07)|
|5.||"Kalbim Kopru Gibi" (3:19)|
|1.||"Hala Berbat" (3:29)|
|2.||"Kendine Ragmen" (2:59)|
|5.||"Bir Sey Olur" (3:41)|
|6.||"Ne Teselli Ne Avuntu" (4:47)|
Turkish synth pop pride Jakuzi land a major record deal with the always trustworthy City Slang. Debuting in 2017 with the indie pop Fantezi Muzik LP, the trio, straight out of Istanbul's yet to be mined alternative pop scene, sees the group this time around deliver something that's slightly darker than before. Darker in the sense, that is, that their music now sounds more like Depeche Mode and The Sisters of Mercy, or even These New Puritans, than the sun-catching sounds of their previous release. Gothic tendencies to their instrumentalisation remain throughout the LP, and dark disco plays a part too alongside strands of post-punk guitars that all coalesse into a LP that will no doubt appeal to the shadier realms of pop and synth music lovers.
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