CD Makas Dinazor

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ALBUM DINAZOR

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  • CD Makas Band

    Makas - Dinazor

    CD New Release available in march 2019

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CONCERTS

19 November 2022 Kaset Stuttgart - Germany
11 November 2022 Metropool Hengelo Hengelo
15 October 2022 Brouwpodium Bossche Brouwers 's-Hertogenbosch
8 October 2022 SazznJazz - Van verleden naar heden Brussels
6 August 2022 World Jazz Festival Amersfoort
23 July 2022 Podium Azijnfabriek - Van verleden naar heden tour 's-Hertogenbosch
22 July 2022 Mozaïek Hof Bothoven - Verleden naar heden tour Enschede
10 July 2022 Mundial Korvel Tilburg
24 June 2022 Musica Mundo Festival Amersfoort
4 June 2022 11th Britanya Alevi Festivali Londen UK
29 May 2022 Mosaic festival Amsterdam
21 May 2022 Metrepool - Concert Zeynep Baksi Karatag & MAKAS Hengelo
15 May 2022 De Groene Engel - Verleden naar heden tour Oss
13 May 2022 Orange Kings day celebration of Holland Gaziantep - Turkey
13 May 2022 Hasan Kalyoncu university Gaziantep - Turkey
5 May 2022 Bevrijdingsfestival 's-Hertogenbosch
25 & 26 March 2022 10th Orange Blossom Carnival 2022 Adana - Turkey
20 March 2022 Tivoli Vredenburg - Van verleden naar heden tour Utrecht
11 February 2022 De Centrale - Van verleden naar heden tour Gent - Belgium
29 January 2022 Podium Mozaïek - Van verleden naar heden tour Amsterdam

BAND MEMBERS

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Chai

Bass guitar
Dekan

Dekan

Synthesizers
Sahin

Şahin

Leadvocal
Folk instruments
Murat

Murat

Electric guitar
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Thom

Drums

WHAT OTHER SAY ABOUT MAKAS

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Ayzer Danga

Former drummer of the Anatolian Rock band Moğollar, Mavi Işıklar, Cem Karaca, Erkin Koray and Edip Akbayram (Dostlar)

I listened to the album Dinazor of MAKAS band in the style of Anatolian Rock.  I found different nuances and flavors in every song. Most importantly, it made me happy that it was a work that smelled of Anatolian rock sounds, and not a replication of typical Western sounds. Because today they call the works in the format of songs, Anatolian Rock.

I think that the work should be interpreted in the Western form but staying loyal to his Anatolian rhythm and sounds. So, by staying true to the essence of the traditional Turkish folk music, it should harmonize with a modern understanding and reach the richness of polyphonic sounds. I think that this should be the way of interpreting the Anatolian Rock style what originally was intended by the founder of the name of this genre “Anatolian Rock” Taner Öngür. When I set out with these thoughts, the Dinazor album of the band MAKAS is very successful in the Anatolian Rock style, rich on harmony and rhythm. I enjoyed listening to it very much. I am sure that you will also enjoy while listening to this album. I wish the continuation of the success of the band MAKAS. And I am also happy to say that they are a good representative of the Anatolian rock style in Europe.

Love and respect. Ayzer Danga

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AYZER DANGA >>>

Taner Ongur

Taner Ongur

Bass player of the classic Anatolian Rock band Moğollar

The band Makas stands out within the new generation of the Anationial Rock genre with the music they make. Instead of simply using the sounds of the Anatolian rock of the ‘70’s they have found their success with their original sound and content. Besides using Western rock instruments, they use Anatolian instruments such as the Yayli Tanbur (a string instrument). This instrument has been used before by legendary musicians such as: Cahit Berkay, Ohannes Kemer and Cudi Koyuncu.

Shortly said, MAKAS is one of the most important representatives of the Anatolian rock genre of today.

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TANER ONGUR >>>

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