"Wounded Breath" album has been included in the "BEST ALBUMS OF 2009" list by the Culture Catch magazine.

Sub City 2064
The instrumental album Sub City 2064 was produced as a long distance collaboration between Turkey and Sweden in the cinematic vibe of a chilly sci-fi horror soundtrack. 
Sub City 2064 was Editor’s Top Three CDs in Guitar Player magazine’s september issue of 2010. It was also included in the "BEST ALBUMS OF THE YEAR" lists on Blogcritics and Perfect Sound Forever magazines.

1. Radiation Patrol 6:59
2. Metal Sky 6:23
3. Legends of Lost Land 5:05
4. Reef Edge Race 3:22
5. Pump Five Accident 3:52
6. Harvesting Alga 7:03
7. Physalia Physalias 5:44
8. Wedding at Coral Plateaux 5:33
9. New Prospects 5:56
10. Future Wide Open 7:37



Produced by : Erdem Helvacioglu and Per Boysen

Composed by : Erdem Helvacioglu and Per Boysen

Recorded by : Erdem Helvacioglu and Per Boysen, Istanbul and Stockholm Studios

Mixed by: Per Boysen

Mastered by : Pieter Snapper at Babajim Istanbul Mastering

Photo and album cover by: Danne Eriksson

Date : 2010

Format : CD

Record label : Boysen – Helvacioglu

Sub City 2064

Erdem Helvacioglu: TogaMan GuitarViol, electric guitar and electronics

Per Boysen: alto flute, tenor saxophone, EWI, electronics, drop-B electric guitar, Stratocaster and fretless electric guitar

“Today's composers of electronic music are just as concerned with creating pieces which stimulate our emotions and excite our imaginations as their predecessors were, and Boysen and Helvacioglu show they are every bit of capable of succeeding in that objective. Anybody still under the impression that electronic music is without soul or heart hasn't been paying enough attention.”

Richard Marcus, Blogcritics

“Turkey’s Helvacioglu (electric guitar, GuitarViol) and Sweden’s Boysen (flute, sax, EWI, fretless and dropped-B electrics) masterfully employ looping and sophisticated electronics to craft uncommonly deep, intelligent, and beautiful cinematic compositions at times reminiscent of Stockhausen, Hassell, Eno, NIN, and Floyd, but brilliantly transcending those and their many other influences.”

Barry Cleveland, Guitar Player Magazine