Expressing his thoughts and emotions through instruments such as analog synthesizers_ drum machines, bass guitar and even his own voice_ Origins: Tel Aviv, Israel_ *Amazing* Ran Salman_ Track? !D. Blogspot PResentation_

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Biography_

Origin: Tel Aviv, Israel
Style: Deep House
Selected labels: Steyoyoke
Performance: Dj Set / Live Set

Contact & Booking: booking@fuony.com
Management/Remix:
 management@steyoyoke.com
Press: marco@fuony.com

Ran Salman released his first album ‘Lucid Dreaming’ in 2008. Producing under the alias ‘Eastern Spirit‘ he was creating world/chill out style music and as one half of a duo, received much support in this genre. After this phase in his career, Ran evolved and opted for a solo career as a DJ and producer. His sound was influenced by a broad range of electronic music styles which included house, deep house, techno and disco.

Pretty soon, Ran found himself expressing his thoughts and emotions through instruments such as analog synthesizers, drum machines, bass guitar and even his own voice. Ran’s music spectrum is very broad. It can span from emotionally deep spacey melodies, to a more tougher edgier sound. Over the years, Ran has gained support from the likes of John Digweed, Noir, Hernan Cattaneo, Namito, Thomas Schumacher, Einmusik and other well known artists.



His current focus has turned towards developing his own style of a live show performances, combining top of the line controllers, drum machines and classic analog synthesizers. Ran has enjoyed utilising all these new developments since joining the Steyoyoke roster in 2014 which spawned the release of his ‘Fractured Memories’ EP and debuting his own wistful vocals. 2015 will also see his upcoming 'Anamnesis' EP be released.









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