Music for ecstatic movement
“Stop acting so small. You are the universe in ecstatic motion.” ― Rumi
Take a journey from “here” to “there,” immersing yourself in the larger mystery. This latest musical album by Nimetu was conceived to be primarily used with expressive movement/dance, which enables working on different healing and mind expanding modalities.
Suggestive song titles invite you to explore your inner sun/fire, spacious mind, and open heart as you journey deep into vortexes of space, time, and beyond. It concludes in “the other world” — an expanded version of this world — which allows you to maintain your presence in the bigger picture. The goal is to be grounded in consensus reality while gaining a deeper perspective, making for a more balanced state of being. Vortex can also be enjoyed just by listening and journeying with the mind.
Features many elements inspired by different world music traditions (Turkish Sufi music, African polyrhythms, frame drumming, Mongolian throat singing), philosophical systems (Dzogchen, Taoism, Sufism), and contemporary sonorities with the focus on the overtone series, using microtonality and alternative tuning systems such as Gamelan scales and Wendy Carlos Harmonic scales for the synth ambiences.
(This does not contain Hemi-Sync®)
1 – Ancients Chant 6:06
2 – Forest Stream Kingdoms 7:32
3 – Inner Sun 10:09
4 – Wizard’s Vortex 9:54
5 – The Fountain 7:49
6 – Neverending Spin 5:05
7 – Invocation of Loving Kindness 5:40
“I dedicate this album with all my passion and love to my wife Mojca and my son Vid!”
“The song Forest Stream Kingdoms is dedicated to my percussion teacher Nino Mureškić, who introduced me to much of the magical world music that I absorbed and can now perform in my own way. The Journey goes on in a neverending spin!”
Performed and Mixed by: Andrej Hrvatin – Nimetu
Mastered by: Gregor Zemljič @ earresistible mastering
Instruments used: frame drums, udu drums, talking drum, Korg Wavedrum, chakapa, shaman drum, rattles, shakers, kaval, ney, neyito, Lyre, voices and vocal fx, electronic soundscapes
Executive Producer: Garrett Stevens
Another Flying Man Records album is Locus Solus.
His Hemi-Sync® titles are Vortex with Hemi-Sync®, Hero’s Journey and Enter the Hive.
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Andrej Hrvatin - Nimetu
Andrej Hrvatin, alias NIMETU, is a musician and sound artist from Maribor, Slovenia.
His main instruments are diverse “ethnic” flutes (Native American style flutes, ney, kaval), clarinet and percussion, notably frame drums. He is also a sound engineer and sound designer, specializing in psycho-acoustic sound design and sound installations/performances.
He studied clarinet in music school, learned kaval from Macedonian virtuoso Bajsa Arifovska, and studied percussion with Nino Mureškić, and at diverse workshops of several other percussion masters – Pt.Suresh Talwalkar, Okay Temiz, Hakim Ludin, Carlo Rizzo, Jatinder Thakur, Glen Velez, Zohar Fresco, and Andrea Piccioni.
His main inspiration and frame drumming can be traced through Nino Mureškić to Glen Velez and Layne Redmond.
He was involved in several music and dance performances, such as “Doors” by Branko Potočan, “Saltana” by Edita Čerče, “Dia Diasso Diaspora” by Maša Kagao Knez, “Direct Insights” and "Silhueata" by Tina Dobaj and many others.
As a sound artist he recorded, mixed, produced and mastered several international and Slovene jazz, world music and alternative albums. He mixed and mastered the acclaimed award winning albums by jazz masters Zlatko Kaučič and Samo Šalamon, featuring some international jazz stars such as Michel Godard, Roberto Dani, Paul McCandless, Peter Brötzmann, Irene Aebi, and others.
Part of his work was also dedicated to recording sound for film and television (TV Series "Življenja Tomaža Kajzerja", documentary "Marpurgi", and more.)
He was an artist-in-residence at Sonic Art in Delhi, India in 2008 and performed at ISIM conference in New York with pianist Ji Eun Moon in 2014.
He is currently focusing on deeper connections between music, philosophy, and transcendental states of mind (“shamanic” explorations of art, sound and body). He offers frame drumming classes, music journey sessions (Spirit Flute Journey, Locus Solus), and he collaborates with dance, music, and visual artists on several different productions. He collaborated on a "medicine music" album, Sacrement with renowned percussionist Byron Metcalf and singer Jennifer Grais, and visual art installations with Natalija R.Črnčec and Nina Šulin.)
SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT ART AND MUSIC/MUSIC THERAPY
Artistic name Nimetu (Ni-me-tu), means literally "I am not here" in Slovene language, or "nameless, anonymous" in Estonian language.
The idea is to embark on a journey to an uncharted territory, starting unmarked from the position of endlessness and multiplicity of possibilities.
It is a solo project of musician and sound artist/recording artist Andrej Hrvatin:
″It is the essence of my expression through sound, simultaneously being in control and loosing myself in sound, breathing, listening, performing, waiting, letting go of preconceived notions, concepts and expectations, heightened attention towards the minutest of the details.
I want to set the coordinates for the artistic ritual and navigate through the vortex of possibilities while letting go of inhibitions and preconceived ideas of what is allowed or expected. Is it art, kitsch, ritual, meditation, show, concert, fake, honest, complex or superficial, original or recycled? It doesn’t matter. I am interested in the direct effects and pure emotional and physical experience of sound, not in conceptualizations of what it should be. I pursue the non-conceptual meaning – the subjective sense of performing something honest, sincere and intimate. It is both music therapy, art, self-expression, exploration of inner worlds and inexplicably beyond all those labels at the same time.
Lost in darkness, embraced by vibrations and musical cues, participating physically with adjusted breathing and other possible body interactions, bathing in sound, losing the perspective of time and space, letting go of expectations and diving into the endless sea. 'I am not here, yet I exist.'
Both LOCUS SOLUS (live performance for a single visitor and the recording), and the reworked HERO'S JOURNEY with added Hemi-Sync® were devised specifically for triggering an intensive mind journey that can also produce physical sensations in some listeners. Experiences reported by many participants of the individual sound performance include: auditory and visual hallucinations (inner visions, transformations, shape-shifting); sensations of energy rising in the body; being pinned to the surface; losing the boundaries of the body; surge of goose bumps and electricity-like sensations on the skin; swooshes of breeze; warmth spreading around the body; out-of-body experiences; and more.
These special audio compositions are devised to take you on a journey of deep relaxation and transformation, where you can rearrange your psycho-physical condition and emerge a renewed person. It is a perfect companion for active meditations, visualization sessions, breathwork and contemporary work with medicine plants.″
Visit Andrej's website at https://nimetu.org/
Find more albums from NIMETU/Andrej Hrvatin at: https://nimetu.bandcamp.com/
Video presentation of Locus Solus live performance:
YouTube Video Channel: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UC18J4rOBbHAmAJiyHrROlEg
Andrej has also devised a practical set of exercises for helping people with depression and anxiety - a no cost wellness system that can be applied in combination with conventional therapy: http://nimetu.org/antidepressant/
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