Since 2009, Jeton became the synonym for quality Techno Print, out from Istanbul, where east meets west, one of the fast rising scenes of the globe, always pushing the boundaries, guided by Label Head Ferhat Albayrak.
161th Release of Jeton welcomes Alikaan debut album ‘Daytime Nightmare‘.
It is not so common that an artist debut release could be an album, also it is not so common that Jeton releases a debut release of an artist, means first release ever. But in this case, the situation is different. First of all, Alikaan is no stranger to Jeton. He has been in the same billing with artists like Ben Klock and Sam Paganini on Jeton events. He has been also playing great music on Jeton Showcases all over Turkey for years, from Ankara to Eskisehir. He is a real music lover, hard worker, fulfilled with passion and this album is the fruit of all.
It has been the result of more than one year work in studio, using mostly analog hardwares. It is really hard to believe that it is the first ever release of Alikaan but you have to trust your ears. It is a 8 track listening and grooving pleasure.
Alikaan – Daytime Nightmare album is a work of art of a passionate promising artist. Enjoy!
Available From Stores
Beatport – 25th Feb 2022
Worldwide – 11th Mar 2022
Atesh K. – Very nice release.
Audiojack (Jamie) – Some cool cuts here
COMMA Group – Thanks for sharing!
Cristian Varela – Great Work!
Eme Kulhnek – nice
Greg Gow – great tracks full support
Ilario Alicante – Downloading for Ilario Alicante, thanks for the music!
Kyle Geiger – Wow, really digging the deep and moody vibes on this…a breath of fresh air next to the aimlessly hard techno that’s flooding the world right now. Thanks for the great music! Reviewed live on twitch.tv/kylegeiger
Marco Carola – Downloading for Marco Carola, thanks.
Mass Man – a fire debut! full support
Mertens – Interesting, finally groovy blood & release! Cheers to Salsa 3.0
Paco Osuna – Will try thanks
Paul Van Dyk – dl for pvd
Richie Hawtin – downloaded for r hawtin
Slam – Thanx
Vinicius Honorio – Pretty cool album!