Amsterdam’s Altin Gün have built a strong reputation for fusing past and present to make brilliantly catchy, upbeat pop music. Yol, their third album in as many years, continues that trend while still unveiling a number of sonic surprises. The band again draws from the rich and incredibly diverse traditions of Anatolian and Turkish folk music, but however familiar the story, Yol is not just a record that reframes traditional sounds for a contemporary audience. It feels strongly international, with a, let’s say, poppier sound instead. We think it’s going to sound great in the sunny gardens.