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MUSIC WITHOUT WORDS, the best Meditative Albums of 2018 / Episode 1 (February 2018)

Meditative music includes in general a family of extremely heterogeneous styles spanning from electronic ambient music to sophisticated chamber ensembles, from ballet scores to minimal piano pieces. 1,072 more words

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Irish gigs round-up

NILS FRAHM, National Concert Hall, Dublin, Monday

German pianist and avant-garde composer Nils Frahm has had a few striking performances in ireland in recent years — his last NCH appearance and a transcendent concert at Belfast City Hall stand out. 354 more words

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Rough Trade Album Of The Month February 2018: Nils Frahm - "All Melody"

In the spirit of Movember or Vegauary, I may as well call this month Frahmuary (ouch!).

Back some time in 2017, I’d bought a couple of tickets for Nils Frahm’s four night residency at London’s Barbican Centre. 934 more words

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Best New Music: ALL MELODY by Nils Frahm

There are some records that we appreciate for the songs they contain, while others release all their value when we consider them as a single work, articulated perhaps into different tracks but in any case oeprating as correlated elements within the same music score. 681 more words

Meditative

Touching a Whole Universe with Nils Frahm

The lush, softly-lit walls on the cover of Nils Frahm’s latest LP belong to the BerlinFunkhaus. The photo is a beautiful documentation of the environment in which his most recent creation, … 536 more words

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UKB Resident Mix #3

It’s been a little while since I’ve recorded a mix of my own.

This one takes a slightly different path to the last couple I’ve recorded, moving away from the minimal sound I’ve been playing a lot recently. 169 more words

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January 2018 Album of the month: Ty Segall “Freedom's Goblin”

Another new year, long hours spent listening to new records, once again happily surprised by the diversity and quantity of good records in all styles of music, difficult decision to make (what? 463 more words

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