Indie-folk duo promises a music fest
ISTANBUL - Hürriyet Daily News
Indie-folk duo King Creosote and Jon Hopkins are taking the stage at Salon İKSV. The pair completed their first album, “Diamond Mine,” in March 2011 after seven years of work; the album subsequently became a contender for the 2011 Mercury Awards. Outdoor noises recorded in Fife and London accompanied the nostalgic voice of Kenny Anderson. Their second album, “Honest Words,” was released in September 2011. Anderson has released more than 40 solo and collaborative albums. In addition to collaborations with Hopkins and Brian Eno, he has worked with Coldplay on their “Viva La Vida” album and at their concerts. Their music, which features electronic timbre acoustic folk, seems set to open new dimensions in music. Tickets in the seated are 35 Turkish Liras, while students can enter for 25 liras.