Alternate Perceptions – Nowhere Nuthin

Alternate Perceptions – Nowhere Nuthin

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Out of Tel Aviv come Alternate Perceptions, a deep, very deep, techno duo. Yonatan Rukhman and Kooki Salinas clearly stated they have “vowed to go deeper [than] any man has ever gone before,” and I’m quietly confident that one day they may get there in this techno genre.

Nowhere Nuthin is a progressive journey though textures, deep bass, and what feels like a path straight down. Small high jabs keep you interested as you follow this melody into the darkness.

This track comes with early support from Laurent Garnier, Jamie Porteous, Joseph Capriati, and many others. Get it here on Beatport

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alternate perceptions – nowhere nuthin


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Techno in a dreamscape is what Alternate Perceptions offer.

Nowhere Nuthin manages to be both a dark techno track, full of foreboding, and a dreamy almost ambient piece. That’s rather a contradictory pairing but manages the trick from having relatively light beats and a dark bass line. That gives the unease and twisted feel. But the synth line wanders around in a liquid way giving the ambient feel.

Blurb: Having vowed to go deeper that any man has ever gone before, Alternate Perceptions are back with their second EP on Method (Baroque Records). This EP continues the journey started with their previous “Psion” ep with strong Techno structures, melodic evolving landscapes and hypnotic hooks. Out September 2 on Beatport, early support for this EP comes from Laurent Garnier, Wade Bennet, Jamie Porteous, Joseph Capriati, Mitch Alexander (Microcastle) and others. Alternate Perceptions are Kooki salinas & Yonatan Rukhman…

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Alternate Perceptions – Nowhere Nuthin EP

Alternate Perceptions – Nowhere Nuthin EP

Yeah! My project with my pal Kooki Salinas is back again with a two track EP with some hypnotic Techno grooves. Track number 1, Nowhere Nuthin, is a subtle Techno journey with evolving soundscapes and trippin effects, KR-4 a more four-two-the-floor synth driven melodic tune.



This EP is out on Method (Baroque Records) and early support has been awesome with positive feedbacks from Laurent Garnier, Wade Bennet, Joseph Capriati, Mitch Alexander (Microastle), Jamie Porteous and others.

I was totally thrilled when I found out yesterday Lauren Garnier has played “Nowhere Nuthin” on his IIWII radio show:



How cool is that!!!!! 🙂 Peace and love,





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The Story Behind My Song

The Story Behind My Song

Greg Egan’s science-fiction novel is set in the year 2067 in a world where the solar system has been enclosed by an unbreakable barrier put in place by an unknown extraterrestrial force. Nick Stavriano is hired to find a brain-damaged woman named Laura Andrews, who has disappeared from her institution. Following her to Hong Kong, Stavriano’s case leads him closer to the mysterious force that’s “quarantined” the solar system.


What I find fascinating is the fact that the hero in this story is aided by a skull full of neural modifications. The book starts with him receiving loads of information directly to his brain while he is sleeping. The whole idea of these neural “moods” is quite similar to the way we install apps on our phone. And that’s so cool, because imagine how easy it would be to have maps, calendar and what’app directly in your brain.


The “ensemble” is a special kind of mood which exploits aspects of Quantum Physics to avoid the collapse of the wave function. That opens up the possibility of choosing from infinite alternate realities which starts a crazy chain of events culminating in a grand feast of what would be considered completely impossible.


Yonatan Rukhman – The True Ensemble

Yonatan Rukhman – The True Ensemble

Greetings mankind!

I am very excited and pleased to serve you my new song, “The True Ensemble”. After years of working in the recording studio producing bands, song-writing for various artists, producing as part of various projects,  I have now decided to give birth to a new project, my own new sound, using my own name. I am also using my own services as vocalist…so what you hear is totally, 100% myself. The genre is electronic, house-to-pop, and generally I think I am going to be quite versatile on this project as I think and hope more will follow. The inspiration for the lyrics of this song came from science fiction literature that I am particularly fond of, but I will talk about that in a separate post. For now, just listen to my new track! Hope you enjoy 🙂