Altın Gün at Vieilles Charrues Festival in 2018.

Altın Gün is an Anatolian rock and Psychedelic Turkish Folk band from Amsterdam, Netherlands. It was founded by bassist Jasper Verhulst.[1][2] Their debut album was On, released in 2018.[3] In 2019, they released Gece which was nominated for the 62nd Annual Grammy Awards (2019) in the Best World Music Album category.[4][5] Their style has been described as "psychedelic" with a "dirty blend of funk rhythms, wah-wah guitars and analogue organs".[6] The band's first American tour commenced in mid 2019.[7]

Members

Altın Gün are:[8]

  • Jasper Verhulst: Bass
  • Ben Rider: Guitar
  • Daniel Smienk: Drum (From 2019)
  • Erdinç Ecevit Yıldız: Vocal, keyboard and bağlama
  • Merve Daşdemir: Vocal, keyboard
  • Gino Groeneveld: Percussion

Discography

Albums

  • 2018 : On
  • 2019 : Gece
  • 2021 : Yol

Singles

  • 2017 : "Goca Dünya" / "Kırşehir'in Gülleri"
  • 2018 : "Tatlı Dile Güler Yüze" / "Hababam"
  • 2018 : "Cemalim" / "Vay Dünya"
  • 2019 : "Süpürgesi Yoncadan"
  • 2019 : "Gelin Halayı" / "Dıv Dıv"
  • 2020 : "Ordunun Dereleri" / "Bir Of Çeksem"
  • 2021 : "Yüce Dağ Başında"
  • 2021 : "Kara Toprak"

References

  1. ^ Jack Parker (July 30, 2018). "Inside the World of Altın Gün". All Things Loud.
  2. ^ DJ Morgan (March 3, 2018). "KEXP at Trans Musicales: Altın Gün". KEXP.
  3. ^ Altın Gün at AllMusic
  4. ^ "Grammy Award Results for Altin Gün". Grammy Awards. Retrieved January 14, 2021.
  5. ^ Cheryl Waters. "Altın Gün - Süpürgesi Yoncadan". Song of the day podcast. KEXP. Retrieved January 14, 2021.
  6. ^ "Altın Gün on the album "On" resurrect Turkish Psychedelic Rock". New Model Radio, Bratislava, Slovakia. May 17, 2018. Retrieved January 14, 2021.
  7. ^ Aarushi Nanda (July 31, 2019). "Amsterdam-based Turkish group Altın Gün takes on first U.S. tour". Riff (magazine).
  8. ^ "Altın Gün". Soyouz Folklore Moderne. Retrieved Jan 14, 2021.

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