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Random Thoughts

by Shulman

Shulman’s third album is a special and different experience. As the title hints, it contains different compositions in different tones that accumulated in Shulman’s studio independently of any specific album project.
Genre: Electronic: Down Tempo
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1. OMG Shulman
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2. Midnight Bloom Bluetech & Shulman
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3. Zero Degrees Shulman
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4. Ra He’ya (Shulman remix) Sub6 feat. Michele Adamson
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5. Spaced (Shulman remix) Entheogenic
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6. Ya Bouy (Shulman remix) Omar Faruk Tekbilek & Steve Shehan
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7. Look Honey it’s the Vitties!!! Shulman
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8. I Dive Shulman feat. Lee Triffon
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9. Staring at the Abyss Shulman
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ABOUT THIS ALBUM


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Random Thoughts

Shulman’s third album is a special and different experience. As the title hints, it contains different compositions in different tones that accumulated in Shulman's studio independently of any specific album project. We invite you to diverse and faraway corners of the Shulman mindscape, to experience new sounds, interpretations and sonic surprises, as Shulman stretch the limits of their musical universe of to new and exciting soundscapes. The duo spends time here interpreting Middle Eastern music as they see it, including remixing and collaborating with world famous Turkish giant Omar Faruk Tekbilek; They offer a surprising twisted jazzy lookout at things; collaborate with successful US artist Bluetech on a relaxed IDM piece; remix Israeli trance kings Sub6 and the chilled French duo Entheogenic; Surprise with their version of an actual vocal song; And finish things with an ambient track, Shulman style. It all combines into melting pot of fresh challenging music that must not be missed.


Shulman

The Shulman project, comprised of Yaniv Shulman and later joined by Omri Harpaz, is considered one of the leading groups in the psychedelic chill out and ambient scene and have performed live in large festivals all around the world. Shulman's music is filled with evolving organic layers backed by rich harmonies. With two albums under their belts, the guys are busy working on several new projects at the moment. In addition, Yaniv is managing Aleph Zero (www.aleph-zero.info), a well respected label, with partner Shahar Bar-Itzhak (aka DJ Shahar). Aleph Zero was created with a vision of releasing and promoting high quality downbeat electronic music, journeying through the realms of ambient, chill out, ethnic sounds and weird electronica. Shulman represents true innovation of psychedelic ambient and is known for breaking borders and morphing new sounds, with two highly successful albums released. The duo’s debut album, "Soundscapes and Modern Tales", released in February 2002 by Shaffel records, received excellent reviews and world-wide acclaim. It is now world famous for the unique moods it creates, audio-visual alchemy, and storytelling. Their second Shulman album, “In Search of a Meaningful Moment” released in December 2003 by Aleph Zero, became an instant classic. It has received excellent reviews, has expanded Shulman’s audience fan base, and has contributed to the establishing of Shulman as a leading group in the electronic music scene. On the second album, Shulman used many ground-breaking sounds and effects, hypnotic beats, and acoustical instruments, all combined brilliantly creating beautiful harmonies, interesting sonic structures, and deep emotional moments.


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Alex

Incredible collection of songs. Pure bliss.
Shulman's best album, you will not be disappointed if you are a fan of any genre of electronic music. Breathtaking stuff right here.

Justin Krueger

A new spin on an excellent sound.
I've bought everything Aleph Zero offers thus far and not been disappointed.

Out of the three Shulman CDs, and despite the first two being absolutely excellent, this is easily my favourite one. It's a little bit more mechanical than the others, which feel more organic.

Absolutely fantastic CD, though.

Deathless Dodecagon

Shulman demonstrates advanced composition skills
Shulman demonstrates advanced composition skills in this album. This disc is a bit more exciting than "In Search of a Meaningful Moment". Some of the main characteristics of Shulman music is that each song keeps evolving with changes, the instruments sounds are high quality, the integrated effects are deep and atmospheric. One of the best songs on the album is Ra He'ya (Shulman Remix). There is so much diversity in the song while still remaining intact as a single song. This is the nice thing about Shulman--both guys know how to keep everything in control. Shulman utilizes harmony, melody, syncopation, accents and effects. You won't be disappointed