The young Kurdish singer releases « Ask », an album where traditional melodies from Anatolia are turned into a very modern and lyrical mix of jazz and pop music.

FIP Radio

We taste the oriental charms, the strange beauty of Turkish chants tinted with Anatolians traditional accents, and a unrestrained jazz.


This rich rainbow, with Orient’s soft flares, enlights Ask of singular shimmering lights.


The voice coats the sounds of oud, drums and saxophone like a honey flow, with a modernity full of drive

La Croix

The voice is pure, clear and has an evident charm(…). Ask (« love ») offers an oriental pop open to jazz (…) with a touch of soft and mischievous fantasy.

Le Monde

A mix of musical genres which breaks the conventional image of Eastern music


The powerful and clear voice of the singer imposes a style that gently blends oriental tastes with harmonic richness of the music with blue notes.

Nouvelle Vague

This album is dotted of nice lyrical flights, mingled to Eastern rythms, rewarded by jazz improvisation, the result driven by the virtuosity and the power of the young Anatolienne woman’s voice.

Sud Plateau Tv





Özlem Bulut Band

Özlem Bulut stands for new and energetic mixture of oriental styles with elements of jazz and pop music. All music is written originally for this projekt. Topics are choosen carefully, such as childhood, relations and personal experiences.

Baroque Arabesque

Baroque Arabesque ist der Titel des gegenwärtigen Projekts des in Wien/NÖ ansässigen Ensembles Fiori Musicali Austria.

Özlem Bulut Orwa Saleh

Liminal Zone By Ulrich Drechsler

„CARAMEL“ – the essence of the many ideas collected over the years that inspire me every day. that‘s my understanding of jazz. i studied jazz, listened to the records of the big role models, practiced all the stylistic archetypes like bebop, hardbop, souljazz or fusion.