Babylonwill host Abstraxion, Adamlar, Stavroz and Kaan Düzarat this week. Abstraxion — French artist Harold Boue's house and electronic music project — will be on Babylon's stage on March 4. Abstraxion, which has worked with well-known names like John Talabot, Levon Vincent, Axel Boman and Chloe, also has had its pieces included in the collections of Erol Alkan, James Holden and Dan Snaith.
Adamlar, a successful representative of alternative music, will take the stage in Babylon on March 9. Adamlar, which features Tolga Akdoğan on vocals and the guitar, Emre Malikler on the electric guitar, Can Aydemir on bass guitar and Berkan Tilavel on the drums, offers its audience a unique music experience by combining different genres with Turkish lyrics.
Expanding the limits of house music, Stavroz will greet music lovers at Babylon on March 10. Having taken the stages around the world, Stavroz will be followed by Kaan Düzarat in Midnight Session. Drawing attention to unique his style that brings Detroit techno closer to disco, and jazz to folk, as well as his unique rendering of songs from the '70s, Düzarat will once again combine different pieces from various places and time in Babylon.