Erkan Premieres ‘Constellations’ From His Forthcoming Album

Erkan is a brilliant singer-songwriter originating from Ankara, Turkey.

He started out in the music business as a drummer. However, while he was an undergraduate student at the Berklee Undergraduate School of Music in Boston, he learned to play the guitar and improve his singing skills.

The time he spent as a child on the Aegean Sea gave him ideas for his unique style of music, which is a creative mix of progressive rock and rural folk.

Sting, ABBA, Pink Floyd, and Steven Wilson are some of the classical musicians that have had a significant impact on Erkan’s musical style. Modern bands like Iron Maiden and Metallica have also had a big influence on Erkan’s music.

Nevertheless, the progressive rock music of the 1970s has been the most influential on his sound. This was especially true in the early days of his career. His drumming style was heavily influenced by bands like Camel, Genesis, and King Crimson, which were all very important.

When he first started getting into folk music, he started playing around with combining his two primary musical preferences at the same time.

“At the End of My Time,” his most recent release, is an extended piece that functions as an anthology of real-life situations and folklore traditions. The first song, “Constellations,” is a melancholy ballad that is about attempting to reconnect with someone you miss even though you know that it is not going to happen.

The song moves slowly and sounds sad, but each chorus builds to an exciting climax, showing that Erkan is able to create vivid scenes with the music he writes.

Erkan’s work pushes the limits of traditional musical styles while also paving the way for its own tone to develop. He is very good at combining different kinds of music to make a sound that is both familiar and new.

His music is the best of both progressive rock and rural folk music, which have both reached their highest points at this point. Erkan keeps surprising and enthralling people with each new album he releases because of the unique sounds he makes and the powerful words he writes. We are excited to see what he has in store for his audience in the future, and we are looking forward to his next endeavor.

Erkan is a talented singer and songwriter who combines progressive rock and rural folk styles in his own music. His most recent album, titled “At the End of My Time,” is an anthology of real-life situations and folklore stories. “Constellations,” the first song on the album, is a sad ballad that shows how well he can use music to set a lively mood.

Erkan Premieres 'Constellations' From His Forthcoming Album
Erkan Premieres ‘Constellations’ From His Forthcoming Album

He pushes the limits of classic genres to come up with a sound that is both new and different. His music is the best of both progressive rock and rural folk music, which have both reached their highest points at this point.

During a one-on-one conversation, he told us something about the new song that no one else knew. We are very excited about this.

How long have you been making music, and what attracted you to it?
I’ve been making music since I was 11 years old. My cousin started playing the guitar, and I wanted to follow in his footsteps. It was mostly the desire to start a band with my cousin that got me started on making music

What was your first project, who were the people you worked with, and in which year?
My first ever project was playing drums in a heavy metal band in Turkey. The band started around 2010, and I joined them in 2014. I was in high school, and everyone else in the band was a college student.

Who or what inspires or motivates you? And why?
As a songwriter, I find my past experiences are what fuel me the most. Most of my friends are musicians as well, so it can be very inspiring to chat with them and listen to music with them. Sometimes they tell me a story for me to write lyrics about.

What are your friends’ and parents’ thoughts on your career in singing?
I’m very lucky to have family and friends who support me and my music career. My dad always says, “Do what you love and love what you do.”

What are some of the challenges you face in your career path?
Just like everyone else, I experience moments of demoralization and a lack of motivation to do work. It can be hard to work through that, so what I do is focus on the most basic component of my job, which is just playing my instruments.

How do you feel the Internet has impacted the music business?
It’s a little hard to explain. It looks very easy to suddenly go viral and become huge, but at the same time, I can’t help but feel like a tiny little form in the bottomless, vast ocean that is social media.

Do you have any advice for aspiring songwriters?
The most important part of this job is to trust your craft. Trust your emotions and the music those emotions help you create. Remember, this is your art. You don’t have to make the music that’s trendy at that time. Make the music that reflects who you are.

What does this song mean to you?
It took some time to re-invent my artistic side during the pandemic. “Constellations” is about something that I and most people went through. What I learned when I was writing the song is to accept change, even if it’s changed that you’re not ready for.

What are your hobbies?
I like to cook, read, play video games, and exercise.

What do you do aside from this profession?
Not much. I used to teach for 3-12 years old’s in a STEM education centre but I quit when I decided to focus on my music and only my music

What is one message you would give to your fans?
Hi, mum!



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