Generation Post-911's own Cihan Kaan, emerges from creative exile mixing synth pop lines with high concept verbage and techno 80's hooks. Still remaining in his lo-fi 8Bit roots songs like "Hijabi Girl" seem like they came from a busted cassete tape from 1988 freestyle mixtape. Followed by the trip-hoppy ballad 'Fat' where the artist decrees he "can't find a place in your mythology" and important questions like "would you love me if I was fat". The minimal hip-hop "Soul Taking Has Been" remixed from the Brooklyn Hoodratz album "Schemes & Treachery" in 2000 tells the true story of broken young love. Overall, Cihan Kaan, writer of the book "Halal Pork & Other Short Stories" creates an audio counterpart of diverse storytelling and creative production.
released February 10, 2011
Complete list coming soon. Songs will be added and/or subtracted on a need to know basis.
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