Anders Ilar ‎– Everdom

Label:
Shitkatapult ‎– strike 37/2003 cd
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CD, Album
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Tracklist

1 Coastline 5:04
2 Rare Islands 8:41
3 Remember When 7:33
4 Make Believe 10:10
5 Illusion Of A Summerbreeze 10:35
6 December Haze 7:18
7 Everlast 9:26

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Credits

  • Written-by [Construction], Producer [Production]Anders Ilar

Notes

Made in EU.

Barcode and Other Identifiers

  • Barcode (Text): 7 18750 62782 7
  • Barcode (String): 718750627827
  • Label Code: lc12051
  • Matrix / Runout: HAND031240

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fingerz-soultrend

fingerz-soultrend

May 31, 2014
This one has to be one of my favourite Electronic, minimal releases Everdon is ideed a great one, first opening track which is felt with the darkest ambient beats will take your think far off this planet, my favourite of mine is remember when it's very chilled and can tell that no one would thank themselves enough for having such brilliant stuff to pour on your brain
adam01

adam01

December 15, 2011
edited over 5 years ago
After years of listening to this artist's sonic art, I can honestly say that I feel this is his masterpiece.
Each track is infused with lovely musical - existentialism, that is emotive in a truly progressive manner.
The tonal palette is heavenly, warm and brimming with a full spectrum of natural light.
Songs like 'Make Believe' and 'Illusion Of A Summer breeze' fulfill any expectation one may have of the electronic musical genre.
Everdom is one of the most beautiful albums ever produced by a human, on the planet Earth.
blackgrape

blackgrape

March 26, 2011
@EndingMirage

No one said it's dark ambient either. They notice the ambient layers in the tracks, and the tracks give them dark and/or sad associations.

Why are you taking their commentary on the album as something negative? In most cases, I enjoy my ambient and downtempo melancholic, dystopic, destructive and dark, so to me this album does a good job.
EndingMirage

EndingMirage

January 4, 2007
edited over 10 years ago

I wish to correct the numerous reviews here that make this release out to be far more dark than it really is. With the exception of track 6, there is no dark ambient present on this album. The music certainly cannot be described as uplifting, but it is more neutral or melancholy then anything else (I presume others simply have not heard any darker music by which to make a proper comparison).

Don't pass this one by because of the other dark reviews. This is very rich and rewarding introspective ambient music. Perfect for late nights, it can easily lead to a deep and calm slumber including the two tracks involving hypnotic bass lines. This is an album meant not to explore the dark side, but rather to disclose a neutral space, an existence without subject - Blanchot's il y a or Heidegger's es gibt. Let this surreal album wash through you and wash you away. Experience a neutrality (rather than blackness) in your stead.
drgroove

drgroove

July 5, 2003

Ambient is awoken, flowing along with a hint of glitch-hop but not enough to invade your mind. This album rests, opens, then goes deep and dark. I'm not afraid.
henshi

henshi

May 19, 2003

A truly deep release. The ambient flowing soundscapes, the really deep basses and the anonymous beats are just SO perfect for meditation and chillin´. I also find the tracks reeeally sad and dark, but that´s just fine by me.

Great work Anders :D

5/5!