Review: Bent Grooves, Kuranda Seyit, Aussie Mossie, September 2008

This album combines some of the old Kim with new Kim, fresh from a stint in Turkey you can hear the experimental combinations of saxophone and traditional Turkish instruments, unlike some of the older stuff this is really pushing the boundaries, so much so that one gets lost in the mix and you don’t know where you are any longer. It’s melifluous and soothing but its real triumph is finding the right balance between West and East.  Kim’s on a roll and we look forward to more of the right stuff.

– Kuranda Seyit, Aussie Mossie, Sept 2008