“What I mean is music was a part of my growing up as a person and i want it to be that way always.”
Words: Mark Carry
PHOTOS BY ERİNÇ GÜZEL
Turkish solo artist Ekin Fil has been carving out some of the most breath-taking and beguiling drone pop explorations these past few years, inhabiting the deep, ethereal dimension of Grouper’s Liz Harris and navigating the deepest depths of the human condition in the process. On the latest opus ‘GhostsInside’ – released earlier this summer on Los Angeles imprint Helen Scarsdale Agency – an undeniable catharsis permeates deep within these recordings: fragile vocals shimmer gently amidst spare elements of piano notes or reverb laden guitar swells, creating utterly hypnotic drone pulses and far-reaching shoegaze deconstructions.
The opening ripples of bass piano notes of ‘LetGo’ hang in the air- an ocean of…
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