Netherworld ‎– Over The Summit

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Tracklist

1 Over The Summit 9:02
2 Aurora Performs Its Last Show 10:01
3 Iceblink (Aurora Borealis Mix) 13:14
4 Crystallized Words 5:45
5 Thoughts Locked In The Ice 11:32
6 Iperborea 8:36

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Credits

  • Art Direction, Layout, Artwork [Photo Manipulation]Keep Adding
  • Mastered ByOophoi*
  • Music By [Created By], Composed By, Mixed ByAlessandro Tedeschi
  • Photography By [Cover Photo]Bjarne Riesto
  • Violin, Sounds [Found Sounds, Field Recordings, Processed And Harmonized Sounds]Netherworld

Notes

Over the Summit is dedicated to the mythical Hyperborea, the legendary land of the extreme North.

Special thanks to Nicoletta my sweet darlin', Brock Van Wey, Gianluigi, my family and friends and the worldwide GM supporters

Please listen to this music in a quiet, nocturnal environment at low-medium level.

All sound material has been created, composed and mixed by Alessandro Tedeschi/Netherworld:
processed and harmonized Northern Lights sounds, field recordings, violin and found sounds.

Mastered in The Kiva, December 2010.

A Glacial Movements Records release, January 2011. All rights reserved

Released in a Digipak.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 8 033959 880043
  • Matrix / Runout: ERA1001537 EASYREPLICA
  • Mastering SID Code: IFPI LY87
  • Mould SID Code: IFPI ADJ02

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kruisspin

kruisspin

May 15, 2013
great album,takes you over the mountains of stress to relaxation!
richardgurtler

richardgurtler

May 8, 2012
edited over 5 years ago

Netherworld "Over The Summit" CD

Netherworld, the project of Glacial Movements' driving force Alessandro Tedeschi, has returned in January 2011 with his second GM offering entitled "Over The Summit", an album dedicated to Hyperborea, the mythical unspecified territory in the Far North known as a warm and sunny land with the sun shining twenty-four hours a day. The album opens with the title piece, "Over The Summit", which is invaded by minimal, freezing drones with arctic breathings and occasional distant heartbeats perfectly setting the mood and portraying spectacular images of unbounded icy landscapes. Elements of coldness are all over this enormously immersing composition, however the overall feel is mesmerizingly warm and inviting. Grandióso, Alessandro, I am hooked right away!!! Absolutely gorgeous nocturnal sceneries of pristine vast areas with shimmering sky show are magnificently explored through "Aurora Performs Its Last Show". Kind of joyfully droning hymn praising this breathtaking light show, mastefully enriched by glitchy voice transmissions (most likely in Norwegian). Artic dronescapes have never sounded more charming than this, magnífico!!! "Iceblink (Aurora Borealis Mix)" is leaded by looped deep drone winds with distant and tender noise rumblings, all wrapped by filigree subterranean feel. Few sharper sonic buzzes and outbursts and ominously remote voice-like sounds invade here and there. Not only another masterpiece, but certainly a truly transcendental experience!!! "Crystallized Words" are coming out of the foggy glacier's cavern with otherworldly formations of glowing ice crystals and uniquely mysterious ice walls, where deep spiraling drones are interplaying with slowed-down vague beats and whispering voices. "Thoughts Locked In The Ice" are sculpted with more tranquil, but slowly cascading texture featuring also few sounds of wind and more especially fascinating deeply droning sounds, which might be emitted by the expanding and contracting ice. "Iperborea" is wrapped by hiss with more minimal structure, where distant and cavernously echoed heartbeats are joined by icy drones, resonating singing bowls, abyssal noises, ghostly voices or moments of silence. Grand finale at its most mysterious and desolate!!! "Over The Summit" is fascinatingly visualizing, strangely challenging and intensely inviting. Another superb album from Glacial Movements!!!

Richard Gürtler (May 8, 2012, Bratislava, Slovakia)