Folk-Songs von einem neuseeländischen Musiker in Istanbul.
The Delicate Art of Reflection
from The Infinity Chamber, released February 1, 2016
Written by Dylan Ware

From the album “The Infinity Chamber”

Guitars & Voice - Dylan Ware
All additional sounds - Fatih Aygun

Recorded in Ortakoy. Istanbul – September, 2014
By Fatih Aygun.

Mastered in Kurtuluş, Istanbul – January, 2016
By Fatih Aygun.

© Copyright 2016 Water-Wheel Rhymes
The copyright in this sound recording is owned by Dylan Ware.

Dylltron über sich

February 2016 sees the release of Dylan Ware’s “The Infinity Chamber”; a 15 track album in the “Folk-rock”, “Metamorphic rock”, “Folk” and “Dark-folk” styles. Infinity is the culmination of a two-year project undertaken in collaboration with arranger/producer Fatih Aygun (formerly of Turkish rock-group MAT fame). The songs are poetry set to Ware’s sumptuous acoustic guitar driven melodies, soaring aside Aygun’s exquisite orchestral accompaniments and inventive percussion. The Infinity Chamber contains the song “Nothing” – a quirky masterpiece which has received considerable airplay in Istanbul, as well as featuring on 2014’s “IstanbulDogs Compilation” (Seraglio Point Productions) - and also a tighter, meaner reworking of Ware’s classic “No Honey”.

Ware, a long-term resident of the chaotic middle-eastern city of Istanbul, was born and raised in New Zealand. After years of itinerant travel, he settled in the city where he continues to make and perform music. Influenced by years of the troubadour life-style and travel, as well as the music and ideas of people like Nick Drake, Roger Waters, Paul Simon and good old fashioned classic psychedelic rock, Ware’s work consists of eloquent, at times profoundly astute, quality lyrical pieces, artfully intermingled with infectiously catchy melodies and the refined harmonies of Aygun’s baroque/metal sensibility.

The Infinity Chamber is Ware’s third album after ”Dark Wind Songs” (2004) and “Wolfsongbird” (2012). Various pre-release songs receive play on a number of Istanbul’s radio networks, and the new album, two years in the making and featuring songs spanning a decade of writing or more, has been eagerly anticipated.


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Dylan Ware




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