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Nils Frahm - Spaces

When the Berlin-based composer Nils Frahm plays piano it sometimes feels like his
hands are pulling a rigid machine based structure into a lighter, airier place. 993 more words


Piano Day Erased Tapes event at The Courtyard

The day I want to write about is a couple weeks back now already; it’s taken a while to finish this write up as we’ve been driving about the West Country with rather intermittent wi-fi. 644 more words


0511 | Victoria

German drama Victoria has received plenty of attention due to the fact it was shot in one continuous, 135-minute-long take, and it’s certainly a fine technical achievement, with cinematographer Sturla Brandth Grøvlen deservedly given top billing during the end credits (a space generously vacated by the director, Sebastian Schipper). 559 more words

Film Reviews

Two soundtracks/1: 'Victoria'

Sebastian Schipper’s Victoria opened in London a couple of weeks ago, a year after it won an award at the Berlin International Film Festival. It’s famous for having been shot in a single 138-minute take. 463 more words


Razzle Dazzle Drazzle Drone 4/5/16

What am I listening to?

Glenn Jones – Fleeting (2016)

I’ve been playing this album a lot with the windows open as the weather gets nicer. 480 more words


Travelogue: On the 88th Day (Piano Day 2016)

March 28th, 2016 – the 88th day of the year – marks the second annual Piano Day declared by Nils Frahm.

Piano Day is an annual worldwide celebration founded by a group of like-minded people around Berlin based composer Nils Frahm.

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