After his own first album 'Backdrift To Sea LP' published in November 2009 on ZeECc, 'Harbor At Night' is a perfect extension with two new long and melancholy tracks. The first one, entitled 'Silent Docks', combines typical dub elements of The Nautilus Project with soft, delicate and mysterious pads. 'Forgotten Shiploads' adds some ambient atmospheres, sometimes oppressive or disturbing, to give the impression of having just draw alongside in a desert harbor.
4 other remixes come to reinforce perfectly this release. Martin Schulte (Lantern / Ornaments / Rednetic) goes, in the same way, for a quiet walk by night on the 'Silent Docks'. Dubatech aka Fatih Tuter (Baum / Instabil / Shoreless) goes off the melancholy with a pure deep-techno form of 'Forgotten Shiploads', perfect for the clubs. Octex (Sthlmaudio / Mute Records) revisits 'Deep Waves', taken from the 'Backdrift To Sea LP', with all essential dub-techno elements. And Hieronymus (Rootplex / Kyoto Digital) manages to drag the 'December Night' track to a complete dub version.
Once again, The Nautilus Project proposes you a complete and very various release to satisfy a large and curious audience.