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Turkish Çiftetelli Funk - self-explanatory new compilation from Arsivplak

A wide selection of Oriental funky music for listening and dancing.
The tracks are ranging from Jazz-Funk to Disco-Folk and
from Electrified Saz Beats to Exotic fuzzy riffs..

Çiftetelli (Tsifteteli) is a rhythm and dance of Anatolia with a rhythmic pattern of 2/4 or 4/4 (Çiftetelli Turkiko). A kind of Belly Dance sound.

In Turkish the word means “double stringed”, taken from the violin playing style that is practiced in this kind of music but infact it usually plays at the weddings and it has different kinds of Çiftetelli sounds (Bahriye Çiftetellisi, Arap Çiftetellisi, Ada Çiftetellisi, İstanbul Çiftetellisi, Yeni Çiftetelli..)

“TURKISH CIFTETELLI FUNK” sound compilation now you are listening..

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hey! can you post a compilation of quotes on self love / self worth & confidence? i’m really trying to work on that right now :-)

• “Caring for myself is not self-indulgence, it is self-preservation.”

— Audre Lorde

• “But as I try and understand how life works — and why some people cope better than others with adversity — I come back to something to do with saying yes to life, which is love of life, however inadequate, and love for the self, however found.”

— Jeanette Winterson, from Why Be Happy When You Could Be Normal?

• bell hooks, from All About Love


• “How one treats one’s body and psyche speaks volumes about one’s self-esteem: abusing body or soul with harmful chemicals, behaviors, work overload, lack of personal time and space all denote poor self-regard. All of these behaviors and attitudes reveal a fundamental stance towards the self that is conditional and devoid of true self respect. Self-esteem based on achievement has been called contingent self-esteem or acquired self-esteem. Unlike contingent self-esteem, true self-esteem has nothing to do with a self-evaluation on the basis of achievement or the lack of it. A person truly comfortable in his own skin doesn’t say, ‘I am a worthy human being because I can do such and such,’ but says, ‘I am a worthy human being whether or not I can do such and such.’ Contingent self-esteem evaluates; true self-esteem accepts.”

— Gabor Maté

• “What is happening on your innermost self is worthy of your entire love; somehow you must find a way to work at it, and not lose too much time or too much courage in clarifying your attitude toward people.”

— Rainer Maria Rilke, from Letter to a Young Poet

• Keith Haring, from his journal


• “Do you understand what self-deprecation means when it comes from somebody who already exists in the margins? It’s not humility. It’s humiliation.”

— Hannah Gadsby, from her stand-up act Nanette

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Dear Kodaline,

You said that it’s harder to see through the eyes of a stranger, but this right here is how much you mean to me. It started with me listening to All I want, and it stuck. For quite a few years, I just stuck to that one song. Never wandering to any other because I wasn’t ready. I wasn’t ready to feel whatever would come up. All I want held so many emotions. From understanding the music video to being in love with the dog in it, it went on for quite a few years. Until I heard Brother. At that moment, I knew. I knew that there was no turning back. I am not ashamed to admit that I cried on all your songs. ALL of your songs hold so much emotion, I could hardly keep up. A chain broke and you held me. You held me with so emotion, it was breath-taking. It was no surprise that when I was in one of those moods, I came running back to you. Always. You were and are so special that you bring peace to me and so many others. Each song of yours is interpreted differently by people, be it them hurting themselves by their actions, or them losing someone. You held all of us. You are probably the most life-changing things that happened to me. If there was one band that I had to listen to every day I would choose you within a heartbeat. You make me smile, you make me cry, you make me follow my fire. Haha. Your growth left me in awe. All I could do was stare and not break eye-contact and gleam with tears in my eyes. You leave us to face our raw emotions, but you are right behind us. Supporting and encouraging us to be honest with ourselves. I never did get a chance to come for your show when you had come here, and I was heart-broken. However, the position you hold in my life is such that whenever I know you are coming back, I will right there and be in awe of you. I deserve that. The connection you have provided us is surreal. I never did think of music being an outlet until I came across you and now I know. Now I know how it feels to be one of those with headphones on and listening to music with such a blaring sound that our ear-drums are sure to be affected. You have helped people who have anxiety and depression to calm themselves down and everyone has their band or person who makes them feel this way. For me, it’s you, its always been you. Thank you for making me feel at home while you held me. This right here is how you make me feel. So much chaos, but oh so familiar.

Always with love and tears,


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Air Texture VII - a large anthology of experimental music compiled by Rrose & Silent Servant

The Air Texture series returns, this time inviting Rrose and Silent Servant to curate the seventh release.

The Air Texture compilation series, the core project of our label, asks two producers to collaborate on a combined release. Typically the two are connected in some way through past projects. The only rules are no rules - focus on finding music that isn’t just straight ahead club music. Within this approach, the series has presented a diverse array of music on the edges of experimental and dance - and always unreleased new music.

Rrose is the latest incarnation of Seth Horvitz, an interdisciplinary artist from California (now residing in London) whose 20+ year history weaves in and out of both dance music culture and academic circles.

The work of Seth Horvitz focuses on the limits of perception and the idiosyncrasies of machines, and the Rrose project focuses these ideas into an immersive and noisy, yet highly detailed form of techno meant to move the mind and body in equal measures. On stage, Rrose often stands in the shadows, going by he and she interchangeably (Rrose’s name and image allude to Duchamp’s female alter-ego) – an implied interrogation of gender norms and artistry in techno circles. ​​ , ​

Currently residing in Los Angeles, Silent Servant, Juan Mendez, was instrumental in the reboot of the legendary Sandwell District label and the Jealous God label with Regis and James Ruskin.

His DJ and live sets are another matter of inventiveness. The superfluous eliminated, Silent Servant has, for years, been rewiring the minds and moving the bodies of those seeking the most meaningful and potent energies that electronic music has to offer.

Silent Servant’s productions reference warehouse techno, industrial noise and post-punk reworked to form a uniquely modern style - a vitality so controlled and concentrated that it captivates immediately. ​(1)​ ​​ ​(1) Taken from Silent Servant’s Resident Advisor Biography

Both individuals are old friends and collaborators going back to the 1990s. Juan’s early label Cytrax released one of Seth’s first records under his Sutekh moniker. In 1998, they went on their first tour of Germany together with other artists from California.

When asking the artists on their process of selection, Rrose states: “​I selected a group of artists that would reflect both the dancefloor and experimental/avant-garde side of my influences. I wanted to see if I could make a compilation that sounded as cohesive as an album, but with contributions from a diverse range of artists. I asked the artists to focus on “sound, space, and drones” over easily identifiable “beats" and “songs” - with the intention of pushing the techno/dancefloor artists out of their comfort zones.”

Silent Servant conveys “​The choices on this compilation were based on people that I respect on all levels. ​It’s a very mixed bag and I have a personal connection to each one of these people, and they are all people I knew would have something interesting to say. I feel grateful for the opportunity to have brought all of these people’s art together for this project.”

Featuring unreleased tracks from underground talent including Anthony Child (Surgeon), Ron Morelli, Laurel Halo, Octo Octa, Phase Fatale, Luke Slater, Function, as well as Rrose and Silent Servant and legends ​Laetitia Sonami and Charlemagne Palestine.

Cover art: Charlotte Posenenske, “Statement” [Manifesto], Art International No. 5 (May 1968)

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My albums selection for the next confined week ..stay safe , we all gonna die soon :

- Uboa ‎– The Origin Of My Depression 

- In Aeternam Vale - Masse Critique

- Stuzha ‎– Siberian Sketches Pt.II

- Hair Stylistics - Babylon Zimbabwe

- Peace Love & Pitbulls ‎– 3

- Psychic TV ‎– Force The Hand Of Chance

- Hyaena Fierling - Super Flumina Babylonis

- Eleh ‎– Living Space

- Jacques Thollot ‎– Quand Le Son Devient Aigu, Jeter La Girafe À La Mer.

- Various Artists - Shoot And Crucify 

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u need to make a tag/compilation of all of baz's ear styles theres just too many to keep track!!



mothere is speakinge to me but i dont understande ears


mothere is speakinge to me and i DO understandes ears


somthinge INTERESTINGE is hapen ears


dobby ears


i am feestinge on flesh ears




horrid little man ears


OOPS ears


sliding right off his lil head ears……neck ears

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