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Harbor At Night

by The Nautilus Project

Silent Docks 09:59


"Harbor At Night" was the first EP after "Backdrift To Sea" and an extension of tracks which couldn't find a place on the double CD before. As the next physical release wasn't scheduled at that time, it became apparent to have a thematic release inbetween. Due to its subject and the whole sound concept, "Harbor At Night" became quite popluar and received a lot of positive reactions. It was the most appreciated release at that time and is still a candidate for a physical repetition.

Now that a number of years have gone by since it was released, it is a logical step to re-release it on Bandcamp. For this digital version, "Silent Docks" was shortened by two minutes in order to have a fresh track with standard length. "Forgotten Shiploads", one of the most mysterious tracks since "20000 Miles Below", remains unchanged.

The whole release is enhanced by its remixers, all of them well-known artists from the scene. Martin Schulte (Lantern, Ornaments, Rednetic) enchants with a wonderful atmospheric ambient version of "Silent Docks", Dubatech delivered a pure deep-techno form of "Forgotten Shiploads", perfect for the clubs. Octex (Sthlmaudio, Mute Records) turned "Deep Waves" into a dub-oriented version of the original track, taken from the "Backdrift To Sea", and Hieronymus (Rootplex, Kyoto Digital) recorded "December Night" to a complete dub version. Especially his remixes made it so interesting to work with him together.


released March 25, 2010

re-released 2015
Written & Produced by TNP at Nemo's Headquarters
Additional Remixes by Martin Schulte, Dubatech, Octex & Hieronymus
Made in Germany / France 2009 - 2010
© The Nautilus Project 2015


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The Nautilus Project is an open music world, ranging between nautical themes, atmospheric nature based excursions and postmodern sci-fi-world explorations, founded by Marcel "Nemo" Frehse.

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