Many thanks to Doug over at Finders Keepers for sending this out to us, there will be full mentions in days to come. For now though, here’s the opening cut of a seriously fried lost gem from the deepest vaults of 70’s Turkish pop. This be Gökçen Kaynatan. a pioneering practitioner / visionary in early electronica blending freaked out trippy kaleidoscopic riffola to the track ‘Doğanın Ötesi’ – a cut peeled from a careful and lovingly compiled collection of recordings assembled by the FK folk simply called ‘Gökçen Kaynatan’. This trip pill sounds freakish even by today’s standards, how then it must have appeared way back in the mists of time, its subtle scuzzy and stoner detailing masking a curiously attractive fringe flipping futuro-funk grooving hinting of a wasted Funkadelic doing spacey psych shapes to John Cameron’s ‘psychomania’ soundtrack.