Almost three years ago, we passed with our bikes through Turkey, staying with this young student Eser in Aksaray. He turned out to be a rapper as well, and he showed us his new Cubase. We made a beat on the spot and recorded a song in two days ( I only played the Xaphoon, … Continue reading Respect!


Quiet days in ̶C̶l̶i̶c̶h̶y̶ Tbilisi

We were playing a concert in Tbilisi, in a venue called Backstage 76. In the last minute, it was joined by our Couchsurfing host, Christopher Manning, who turned out to be a multiinstrumentalist and experimental musician, and who joined us with his bass clarinette. I quite enjoyed our set, aswell as the concert before us, … Continue reading Quiet days in ̶C̶l̶i̶c̶h̶y̶ Tbilisi

When Roads become Rivers

After slowly curing the hangover and going back over the medieval arch bridge, we continued our way up through the scenic landscape. In this area, close to Turkey, churches were mixed up with mosques. The picturesque town of Khulo. After this town, the road became really bad. The first peak at the snow mountains of … Continue reading When Roads become Rivers

Salt Lakes, Whirling Derwishes and a Rap Song

It's been almost a month since i was writing here, and there was so much happening since then, that i don't really know where to start or how to split all this up in several posts. Since Ankara we hitchhiked and cycled already around 1500km. We went to Aksaray, where we originally just wanted to … Continue reading Salt Lakes, Whirling Derwishes and a Rap Song