There's been a trend in recent times to reissue previously hidden gems from around the world. It would be fair to say that Anatolian Break Dance, the first and only album from Turkish outfit Group Titan, comes under that category. It's undeniably odd, but also rather magical. As the title suggests, it was partly inspired by the break dancing craze of the '80s, and fuses drum machine electro rhythms and nifty synthesizer work with the kind of melodies and musical motifs more frequently found in traditional Persian music. While it's not all outstanding - occasional tracks feel a little like mid-80s hotel lift music - for the most part it's hugely entertaining.