Analog Culture opened its doors on Record Store Day in 2014. While DJ and producer Kaan Düzarat was looking for a new place to move his studio, he dreamed of the studio also being a record store. “The number of record stores was quite low in late 2013. There were no record stores where quality electronic music, old or new, could be found. "I wanted to have a space where I could share not only electronic music but also music that I filtered through my own filter," he says. Nowadays, Analog Kültür continues its journey as both a record store and a studio. This is literally the second home of Düzarat and his team.
When you enter the door of Analog Kültür, they welcome you with their delicious coffee and hospitable attitude. And of course, with its magnificent archives consisting of eighty percent second-hand records and the rest brand new records. 45's and albums of the 70's and 80's; House, techno, drum 'n' bass, synthwave and krautrock records of the 90s and 2000s take the lead. There are also jazz, funk, soul, bossa, Middle and Far Eastern music, rock and classical music records. Düzarat draws attention to the increase in quality domestic music production in recent years. Adding records of local music to the Analog Culture archive makes him very happy.