For episode 28, we are changing up the format a bit with both a mix and a separate interview. Our guest mix is from the Dutch composer Rutger Hodemaekers to celebrate the release of his new album The Age of Oddities which came out on FatCat’s 130701 imprint on November 6th. Hodemaekers takes you on a cinematic journey all his own, perfect for long walks in nature or sitting in front of a fire. We also catch up with Nils Frahm for an interview to talk about his new live album Tripping With Nils Frahm, which was edited and perfected from multiple performances in his home town of Berlin at the Funkhaus, which is also the home to his recording studio. Along with the interview, there will be a few selections from the new album. We will be experimenting with the show’s format in the episodes ahead, so please send any feedback to email@example.com. We would love to hear from you.
[…] In December 2018, Nils Frahm eventually returned to Funkhaus Berlin to host another set of four shows, tickets sold out within hours. Frahm’s friend and film director Benoit Toulemonde – a collaborator since 2011 – captured the concerts on film, only using handheld cameras, and employing techniques he had mastered for the concert series ‘Soirée de Poche’ which featured some of the world’s most popular artists.
[…] ‘Tripping with Nils Frahm’ is produced by LEITER in association with PLAN B. The film premieres December 3, exclusively on the global streaming service MUBI. The live album of the same name will be out on ERASED TAPES.
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wunderschön. gibt es für umgerechnet acht euros z.b. auf bandcamp.
To mark this year’s 88th day and as an acknowledgement to these unprecedented circumstances we find ourselves in, Piano Day founder, pianist and producer Nils Frahm releases a collection of eight solo piano pieces titled Empty out now.