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Aurorae EP

by Amethystium

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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs)
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Sven B. Schreiber (sbs) I just love auroras (although I've never seen one live), and the way Øystein Ramfjord pictures them in a blend of new age and post-rock soundscapes is plain awesome. Such a gigantic warm stream of sound, coming from the cold north of Europe... it really kept me warm during my trip home from work on an icy cold winter evening... Favorite track: Solace.
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sergpot Generally speaking, I don't like ambient because more often than not it's beatless and insisting on same keyboard chords for too long, which I find boring. This one suits me fine, I would classify it as "dynamic" ambient for my lack of a better notion. Really beautiful. 7.5/10
Kelsey Joy
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Kelsey Joy Listening to this EP is like entering a lush sonic dreamscape, with each of the four tracks serving as cathartic forces. Otherworldly and moving, they evoke in me a sense of inner peace. Favorite track: Nightfall.
Nightfall 04:23
Solace 04:40
Faraway 05:36
Outro 06:04


released January 20, 2012

Composed, produced and performed by Øystein Ramfjord.
Additional musicians:
Martine Lund Hoel: Hardingfiddle on track 1 and 2.
Erlend Kvam: Cello on track 1 and 3.

Additional fiddle arrangements on track 1 and 2 by Martine Lund Hoel.

Hardingfiddle recorded at Enger Studio, Gjøvik, Norway. Engineered by Stig Enger.
Cello recorded at Autumnsongs Recording Studio, Trondheim, Norway. Engineered by Rhys Marsh.

Cover design by Aimee Stewart.

Mastered by Don C. Tyler.


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