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Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about contemporary art, artists, students, art schools, museums and exhibitions.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about popular culture, communication, the up-to-date musical approach of the musicians, the way of expression: poetry&music relationship.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about modernity and popular culture, governments, corruption of society.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about popular music applications, the mixed sounds and mixing culture.
Pablo Silva Saray and Ulas Yener talk about jazz and blues and how that sounds have been affected in other countries.
Matthew John Lloyd, Pablo Silva Saray, and Ulas Yener talk about being foreigner-stranger-, different in another country. Experiences, difficulties, benefits, effects, understandings, misunderstandings…
Matthew John Lloyd and Ulas Yener talk about the elections around the world, daily politics, hunger strikes, protests, democracy fights, destroying the countries, freedom for whom,
Ulas Yener plays 60’s, 70’s and 80’s Turkish Garage, Psychedelic, Progressive, Funk, and Folk sounds.
Ulas Yener plays different kind of contemporary Turkish musicians.
1-TSU! – my home is where my heart beats
2-No Land – Niyə Belə Uzundur Bu Yollar
3-Korhan Futacı ve Kara Orkestra & Yasemin Mori – Yine Buluşuruz
4-123 – KDA
5-Gevende – Domino
6-Nada – Gece Düştü
7-Fairuz Derin Bulut – Kelebek Varyete
8-Baba Zula – İtaat Etme
9-Büyük Ev Ablukada – Çıldırmıcam
10-Peyk – Don Kafa
11-Gaye Su Akyol – Nargile
12-kim ki o – Serbest Kalp Düşmesi
13-Açık Seçik Aşk Bandosu – Popon Hep Pipimde Dursun
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The english show with Ulas Yener & Matthew Lloyd.
They talk about Turkish Referendum, The Mother of all bombs, Easter Day, George Carlin, Khalil Gibran.
Matthew John Lloyd und Ulas Yener sprechen über Turkisch Referendum, Die Mutter aller Bomben, Ostertag, George Carlin und Khalil Gibran.
Matthew Lloyd and Ulas Yener, are joined by guest professor of the Public Art and New Artistic Strategies Master programme, Bojan Vuletic. Musician and Composer, Bojan talks about his own personal artistic background, and his experience of dealing with his semester subject for the Master students of the Public Art course, titled (Un)sounds of Buchenwald.
Matthew Lloyd and Ulas Yener talk about body language, dating applications, the relationship between popular culture and politics, PGP (Pussy-grabbing President), gossips, social media and Nazim Hikmet.