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Ran Shani

Ran Shani

Ran Shani


Voltage-Controlled Organic Dance Music "5 out of 5" for Kyoto Nights – Update Magazine "5 out of 5" - "Like the best Janet Jackson or Pat Benatar dub you've ever heard..." For Ran Shani's 'Cool Like That' DJ Magazine “Watch this man Closely" - For Sunshine EP - DJ Magazine Producer/DJ Ran Shani is on a roll. With every release, he reinforces himself as a critics' favorite, while his popular success keeps on growing. He just can't seem to get it wrong, and yet he's the most humble cat you'll ever meet. Read more on Last.fm
Voltage-Controlled Organic Dance Music "5 out of 5" for Kyoto Nights – Update Magazine "5 out of 5" - "Like the best Janet Jackson or Pat Benatar dub you've ever heard..." For Ran Shani's 'Cool Like That' DJ Magazine “Watch this man Closely" - For Sunshine EP - DJ Magazine Producer/DJ Ran Shani is on a roll. With every release, he reinforces himself as a critics' favorite, while his popular success keeps on growing. He just can't seem to get it wrong, and yet he's the most humble cat you'll ever meet. Probably because he's too busy making music, touring the world or composing for major film releases to catch the buzz himself.

Well, the buzz is there - his latest release 'Kyoto Nights' recently climbed to #4 on The Buzz Chart. Ran draws on his unique ability to tweak just the right knobs and get fat hooky bass riffs, in a way that makes everyone in the room think he was born doing it. Combined with his love for pop, what the listener gets is an experience that causes heads to bop involuntarily, reviewers to suddenly be having a good day, and audiences wanting more. That's why Ran Shani is busy these days - playing out regularly while working on a full length album, all the while his productions continue to appear on the worlds leading dance compilations. The most influential Dance music labels such as Cr2 Records, Big Love, Breastfed and others are releasing his tracks, and the world’s top DJs such as Sasha and Digweed are spinning his tunes. When asked about his inspiration, Ran will go into one of his passionate analysis of a world where Jean Michel Jarre met Quincy Jones, they jammed with Daft Punk and why it all makes sense.

When pressed as to what he's trying to achieve, Ran smiles and mumbles something about life in Tel Aviv being at 145 BPM... "...I relax by bringing it down to 125..." Read more on Last.fm. User-contributed text is available under the Creative Commons By-SA License; additional terms may apply..
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