Cenk Ergun / Nana
Album:Nana Collection:General
Artist:Cenk Ergun Added:Feb 2015
Label:Carrier Records 

A-File Activity
Add Date:2015-02-06 Pull Date:2015-04-10 Charts:Classical/Experimental
Week Ending:Mar 29Mar 22Mar 15Mar 8Mar 1Feb 22

Recent Airplay
1.Mar 06, 2021:Rebroadcast: Music Casserole
Joan Jeanrenaud - Cello Peace
4.Mar 16, 2015:DSD
So Percussion - Proximity
2.Mar 28, 2015:Music Casserole
Joan Jeanrenaud - Cello Peace
5.Mar 11, 2015:minimum entropy
So Percussion - Proximity
3.Mar 21, 2015:BravoMarco Variety Show
Joan Jeanrenaud - Cello Peace
6.Mar 07, 2015:BravoMarco Variety Show
Joan Jeanrenaud - Cello Peace

Album Review
Reviewed 2015-02-06 
Cenk Ergun

So Percussion / Joan Jeanrenaud
Reviewed by BravoMarco

Both tracks by New York based composer Cenk Egun. Minimalist avant-garde experimental sounds – Just what the KZSU Doctor ordered.
Both definitely worth playing:
1) If time is against you, still play a section of this, lots of opportunities to fade out.
2) Cello drone making uncomfortable heaven. Play all 32mins or any part of.

Like: Coagul, Mohammad, Zeitkratzer, Coil
No FCC’s (Instrumentals)

1) So Percussion - Proximity (25.08) Like the tiny patter of feet driving into your skull. Stark sounds creating an intense yet very mellow atmosphere. Break at 3.54 if time is short. A mellow revolt of jingles & jangles – bells, cymbals, glockenspiels & maybe even a few milk bottles. Gets going in & out with the subtle drone. At 11.00 an all round more desolate clatter begins. The austere mood continues with waves of synths behind the bells. More doom laden & energetic (without the bells) for the last 5 mins.
2) Joan Jeanrenaud – Cello Peace (32.38) A smoldering beauty – Droney cello plucking introduction. After 4 mins the more traditional cello playing begins in earnest. Even better after 10 mins. Slow & severe. An elaborate gothic masterpiece.

Track Listing
1.So Percussion - Proximity 2.Joan Jeanrenaud - Cello Peace