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  • Release Date 2017-09-07
  • Label Clean Error
  • Catalog ERR031
Israel's Random Value returns with his second release for Clean Error records with entrancingly clever field recordings, recherche & arcane audio chains, and the epigenetically diverse industrial wound milieu, straight from the Chuku soul. ERR031 (Chuku Kelev) Is a succinct and adaptable summary of everyday dynamical granularity abiding by the inclination of being hands-free of communicative portabilities, thus engaging only in what is sonically parallel to one's pivotal autarkic of expressional assertion.

As Shahar Fleisher elucidates insights from a sigil mirage you may have dreamt of last week, tracks like Duplo Nerum emerge from 'Chika' placements with leading advancement towards the exquisitely layered 4SD, which really exemplifies the sheer structural and melodic stealth this artist sustains so delicately, yet safely. Quite simply, it's a monolithic wave front built from the grandeur of density on the brink of the brightest biotic condensation. The belief that aligning many random values brings the continuities that make things feel existentially alive and unpredictable yet, still human.

Shahar Fleisher sometimes takes weeks to build improvisational sound chains, allowing them to snuggly unfold on their own sonic unpredictability, yet, completely autonomously. Like myself and many other musical predecessors, Random Values primary foundations come from guitar based origins, later teaching himself the conversions of such guitar based passages and the translation of them, to piano chord based projections. At the age of fourteen Shahar started experimenting with Scream Tracker which enabled him to create sonic latitudes from a binary perspective which later led to newer and more versatile softwares, thus creating newer juxtapositions. Such as certain algorithms being influenced by the quantum representation of numerous variables which solely rely on the sheer element of surprise, as their outcome.
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