Bluetech ‎– Sines And Singularities

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Aleph Zero Records ‎– AlephZ04
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1 Bluetech Enter The Lovely 8:10
2 Bluetech Condensation 6:08
3 Bluetech Leaving Winter Behind 7:56
4 Bluetech Forgiveness 7:54
5 Shulman First Came The Stars (Bluetech Remix)
Remix – BluetechRemix, Producer [Additional] – Evan Bluetech*Written-By, Producer – Yaniv Shulman
8:17
6 Pitch Black Ape To Angel (Bluetech's Evolution Remix)
Remix – BluetechRemix, Producer [Additional] – Evan Bluetech*Written-By, Producer – Michael Hodgson, Paddy Free
7:19
7 Bluetech Airstream 7:06
8 Bluetech Dreamtime Lullaby 7:34
9 Bluetech Shimmer 7:29
10 Bluetech Wilderness 7:11
11 Bluetech A Garland Of Stars
Featuring, Cello – Rena Jones
3:05

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All tracks composed and produced for Tribal Alchemy Media, ASCAP except for:
Track 5: taken from Shulman - In Search Of A Meaningful Moment. Copyright Aleph Zero Records. Copyright Control.
Track 6: published by Native Tongue Publishing Ltd.

Production and management by Aleph Zero Records.

Packaged in a slipcase.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Only On Slipcase): 6 34479 17484 1
  • Matrix / Runout: ALEPHZ04 D1 3152142 | www.cdi.co.il
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LB82
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI 5F21
  • Rights Society: ACUM

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microdelic

microdelic

November 6, 2016
edited about 1 year ago

Whooah what an album! can't get enough of it. Evan's skills at his best! I wish more of this style from him.
Any intelegent electronic music listener should like and buy this album.
blueOrb

blueOrb

August 17, 2006
edited over 11 years ago
With the existing new world order oozing with chaos and panic Evan Bluetech’s music comes as a ray of divine light and hope for all the lost souls who seek solitude within the realms of music.

Evan is no newcomer in the chill out scene with 2 albums “Prima Materia” and “Elementary Particles” released on the most respected Israeli electronic label “Aleph-Zero” run by Yaniv Shulman and Shahar, along with various tracks released on over 10 record labels worldwide. Evan also runs “Native State Records” which recently released their first compilation “Left Coast Liquid Vol. 1” compiled by the master himself, packed with eclectic creations by top notch producers providing a wide spectrum of sounds that have been appreciated all around the globe.

Evan has definitely redefined global production standards with his earlier works and the new album “Sines And Singularities” proves no less with crystal clear production mastered by none other then Yaniv Shulman.

Sines And Singularities can be described as a beautiful piece of sophisticated and exquisite down tempo music crafted towards perfection. The music is deep and colourful, always exploring new dimensions, with no dull moments. This is not just another lounge music disc, Evan’s music needs constant attention for one to understand the complexity of forever evolving textures and emotions that are reflected within the realms of his distinct style.

The disc begins with “Enter The Lovely” a proggy n groovy one that uplifts ones senses in the most subtle way. The next few tracks like “Leaving Winter Behind” and “Forgiveness” reflect upon the very fact that music is a mirror to ones heart when created honestly. Plunging deeper we stumble upon Evan’s interpretations of Shulman’s “First Came The Stars” and Pitch Black’s “Ape To Angel”, remixing artists like Shulman and Pitch Black who have set some of the highest standards within the industry can be one mammoth task, but Evan adds his bits to the music in the most ecstatic and elegant way, maintaining the originality while giving the listeners something new and refreshing.

Cutting the story short all I can say is that this was one of the most anticipated albums of 2005, the whole package right upto the artwork is mesmerizing, and all sounds blend into prefect harmonic innovation with no track similar to another. Each track stands out with a different style and diversity. With more then 78 minutes of blissful music which flirts in a humble fashion with the listeners mind and soul, I’m sure this ones going to keep me busy for a while, as every listen leads to a whole new perspective. A must have for home listeners and chill out
PKS

PKS

January 11, 2006
edited over 12 years ago
Aleph Zero Records based in Israel has for sure put themself on the map among the highest quality chill labels lately, with releases such as the second Shulman album, double Bluetech album and the Natural Born Chillers compilation. Now, they are out with a new album by Bluetech (Evan Marc) from the US, who got great feedback after releasing a quite psychedelic double chill album on Aleph Zero in 2004. He has also released music on the respected Waveform label.

Bluetech sure has his own unique way of making psychedelic chill out music. All his tracks has their own Bluetech trademark, with twisted melodies and sounds. He mixes tons of quite flat, weird sounds with atmospheric, floating soundscapes, echoes and vibes. A combination he does in a way that all the weirdness cooks into beautiful, relaxing pieces of music. Like on his first albums, this is what he does here too. You rarely find so much uniqueness in chill tracks these days as you find in these tracks, which is a high quality mark for an artist. If you enjoyed his first albums, you will for sure like this one too. Not much change in style from his previous releases, but he keeps a high quality line all the way through. One of my favourite tracks here is the Leaving Winter Behind track, which you can also find on the Left Coast Liquid compilation released on his own label Native State Records earlier this year. Quite emotional track, with melancholic vibes, totally relaxed all the way through. We get dubby beats and atmospheric vibes in most of these tracks. He also delivers a couple of interesting remixes in this album. One of them originally made by Shulman, released on the first Shulman album Soundscapes And Modern Tales. Here, Bluetech adds his unique style, and change the track into something quite different and interesting. Remixes are nice when it is done like this. He has also remixed a track by Pitch Black, which is a duo from New Zealand,quite famous for their dub albums, such as the Ape To Angel album released this year. Another interesting remix, pretty different from the original. Bluetech puts a lot of creativity in all these tracks, coming up with his own new ideas in most of them, which is something you rarely find in todays ambient/chill productions.

This third full length album by Bluetech is for sure one of the best chill albums I have heard in 2005. He follows the style he had in his previous albums, which is a good thing. Even though some could be hoping for a little bit more new ideas compared to his previous albums, Bluetech still has his own way of producing his own unique style and high quality, combining IDM, psychedelic and atmospheric vibes. Recommended!
DeathPosture

DeathPosture

January 4, 2006
edited over 12 years ago

Mercurial downbeat…

American producer Evan ‘Bluetech’ Marc has gained worldwide recognition for his atmospheric, eclectic downtempo creations… His first two albums were widely praised – and for the most part I liked both of them… That being said, I must also say, that I don’t like everything this guy has released… Certain stuff seems to lack depth and sometimes I’ve found myself more than just a little bored when listening to Bluetech ambient… But hey, as I say, I like most of his stuff, and I’ve eagerly been awaiting this third album… After all, this is released on AlephZero which has fast become one of the leading outlets for high quality downbeat music…

The hype surrounding this album was immense… And to some extend, I understand that – this is indeed a wonderful, unique album… Evan Bluetech’s music is as inimitable as it is unparalleled… And that’s really rare in this kind of music! Also, it’s very refreshing to experience a downbeat album that isn’t riddled with voice-samples… So in that sense, this album is indeed one of the most original released in 2005 – but that’s not the same as saying it’s among the best! It’s not! Some reviewers have dubbed this the album of the year – and called it the best thing since sliced bread... I’m going to have to disagree with that… It’s good, it’s even very good – but not *that* good…

I’m fully aware, that this is a mature album that requires several listens to really sink in… Very much so, and the listener is instantly rewarded after doing so, but I still think parts of this are too much like elevator music… Dare I say the b-word – boring? Yes, I dared… I know, this might be sacrilege to some people, but that’s how I feel… That being said let me also stress that the good tracks here are VERY good… And I’ve even rated half the tracks as favourites! I just wish the whole album was like that…

The artwork is top drawer as always with AlephZero – and the mastering by Shulman sounds absolutely top notch to me too… The whole package! Anyway, a very mature album by Bluetech here – that’s guaranteed to suit the taste of a wide array of people within ambient/downtempo circles… Enjoy!

Favourites: 2, 3(!), 5, 7, 10(!), 11
scobbah

scobbah

December 26, 2005
edited over 12 years ago
With cosy beats, lovely melodies, intelligent elements and beautiful atmospheres this album has a capacity of produce different feelings within the listener, depending on what the listener wishes for. If you wish to enjoy intelligent IDM/dub and that is what you're looking for you have hit the spot, and if you wish and look for an album who's suitable for exam studies (tested and approved!) or other activites where the album's just going to spin in the background this CD is going to be well suitable for the purpose. This album is difficult to compare with the previous two, who are in my humble opinion a bit more like each other than this one are to them. One thing is clear though, and that is that this album quickly grew to become my favorite album from Bluetech.

Favorites: 3(!!), 7, 9(!) and 11.