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The Revolters — Unconditional (Jun 17, 2016)

The Revolters — Unconditional (Jun 17, 2016)

            The Revolters — Unconditional (Jun 17, 2016)
ψ   Hailing from Istanbul, Turkey, The Revolters are a 4 piece driven indie rock band creating a direct, earnest and personal blend of music. Their current line–up is; Serhat Erman (Vocals–Guitar), Berkan Tomay (Guitars–Synths), Burak Sarioglu (Bass), Murat Sahin (Drums). Touted as very promising and breathtaking by music magazines, The Revolters etched out a solid reputation as the cream of the crop band of Istanbul’s musical scene, becoming the most promising, buzz breaking band. Plugged to be as “amiable and watchable as a rock band can get”, the bands impressive live performances had been described as confident, charming, giddy and energetic. The band's raw attitude and fascinating melodies allowed them to build an increasing following within the local scene.Location: Istanbul, Turkey
Album release: Jun 17, 2016
Record Label: Personal Space Records
Genre: Rock
Duration:     41:58
01. Flax Borage
02. Forsaken
03. No Way Back
04. See You Again
05. Memories
06. Out of Control
07. Easy to Forget
08. Wheels of Time
09. Into the Fire Zone
10. Only Lovers Left Alive
11. Unconditional
℗ 2016 Personal Space Records
ψ   Serhat Erman
ψ   Berkan Tomay
ψ   Burak Sarioglu
ψ   Murat Sahinψ   Their first single “Step by Step” from their debut EP “It’s Gonna Hurt A Little” (2008) made the band become an instant radio hot–shot, earning them airplay from international and local stations, alongside with it bringing widespread press acclaim. In the summer, the band performed the Masstival and MTV Alternative Nation Festivals. The second single followed later in the year and the band signed to Topkapi Music. The Revolters recorded their second EP in London with producer Luke Buttery, and returned with the single “Shining On” November 2009. The album, entitled “Future Obscure” was released on December 2009 and entered the Turkey Album Charts at No. 2. Tom Robinson premiered the UK debut of the track on BBC 6 Music. They kept touring the following year locally and internationally, supported The Subways, IAMX, The DO and performed One Love Festival Main Stage alongside Groove Armada, The Wild Beasts, Ting Tings. The band released the single “Feel the Beat” from their unreleased EP and went on an hiatus, due to consecutive military services of the band members . In the winter of 2015, the Revolters began working on their LP in their homecity Istanbul. The band set out to establish a personal and forward–thinking blend of sound by blending the grit of rock and roll with the melodies and atmospheres of British new wave. The sound of the album “Unconditional”, borrows from the vast vernacular of contemporary music, in order to create a compelling narrative that echoes the work of bands as diverse as The Stone Roses, Harmonia, Talking Heads and The Cure just to mention a few. The Revolters strike with their storytelling nuances, but they allow the energy of rock and roll to define their upbeat spirit. This blend of genres makes for a very special approach to song-writing, as every track feels catchy and accessible, yet deep and thought–provoking all at once. “Unconditional” arrives in June 17th 2016. Read more on Last. fm. User–contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By–SA License; additional terms may apply.
ψ   It is not only the members of Baba Zula who are struggling with the government’s politics. It is also younger bands. The members of the Istanbul Indie rock band The Revolters feel the same. They are in fact not critical, their songs are about love, but they sing them in English and so they can hardly find an audience in Turkey. Lead singer Serhat Erman says, “The Turkish government does not invest enough in alternative music. In the EU there are some funds for new coming acts, but not in Turkey. The government is rejecting different colours of sound, because it is a fundamentalist, Islamist government in Turkey right now and they are against the Western culture and all those things that represent the West. Music is one of them, because it is the symbol of freedom and they are against the freedom.”
Website: http://www.therevolters.com/
MySpace: https://myspace.com/therevolters
Twitter: https://twitter.com/TheRevolters
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/therevoltersofficial_____________________________________________________________

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