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Nils Frahm - All Melody mp3 flac Performer: Nils Frahm
Title: All Melody
Style: Modern Classical, Abstract
Released: 2018
FLAC album: 2575 mb
MP3 album: 2104 mb
Rating: 4.1
Genre: Electronic


A Place7:01
Forever Changeless2:47
Human Range6:59
All Melody9:30
Harm Hymn4:10
My Friend The Forest5:16
Fundamental Values3:50
The Whole Universe Wants To Be Touched1:57


CategoryArtistTitle (Format)LabelCategoryCountryYear
ERATP106Nils Frahm All Melody ‎(12xFile, FLAC, Album)Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106Europe2018
ERATP106Nils Frahm All Melody ‎(12xFile, MP3, Album, 320)Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106UK & Europe2018
ERATP106DMNils Frahm All Melody ‎(12xFile, WAV, Album, 24-)Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106DMEurope2018
ERATP106LPNils Frahm All Melody ‎(2xLP, Album)Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106LPEurope2018
ERATP106LPNils Frahm All Melody ‎(2xLP, Album)Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106LPEurope2018
ERATP106LP, ERATP107LPNils Frahm All Melody ‎(2xLP, Album + LP + Ltd)Erased Tapes Records, Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106LP, ERATP107LPEurope2018
ERATP106 TPNils Frahm All Melody ‎(2xLP, Album, TP, W/Lbl)Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106 TPUK2018
ERATP106CDNils Frahm All Melody ‎(CD, Album)Erased Tapes RecordsERATP106CDEurope2018


All Melody - Nils Frahm. Лента с персональными рекомендациями и музыкальными новинками, радио, подборки на любой вкус, удобное управление своей коллекцией. Join The Sound Of Revolution for more electronic music stuff Nils Frahm is a German musician, composer and record producer based in Berlin. He is known Melody by Nils Frahm, released 26 January 2018 1. The Whole Universe Wants to Be Touched 2. Sunson 3. A Place 4. My Friend the Forest 5. Human Range 6. Forever Changeless 7. All Melody 8. Momentum 10. Fundamental Values 11. Kaleidoscope 12. Harm Hymn For the past two years, Nils Frahm has been building a brand new studio in Berlin to make his 7th studio album titled All Melody, which will be released on January 26th, 2018 via Erased Tapes, before Nils embarks on his first world tour since 2015. Since the day Nils first encountered the impressive studio of a family friend, he had envi. Words from Nils, October 2017: In the process of completion, any album not only reveals what it has become but, maybe more importantly, what it hasnt become. All Melody was imagined to be so many things over time and it has been a whole lot, but never exactly what I planned it to be. I wanted to hear beautiful drums, drums Ive never seen or heard before, accompanied by human voices, girls, and boys. They would sing a song from this very world and it would sound like it was from a different space. I heard a synthesiser which sounds like a harmonium playing the All Melody, melting together wi. Listen free to Nils Frahm All Melody The Whole Universe Wants To Be Touched, Sunson and more. 12 tracks 73:57. In the liner notes, he goes into extensive detail about the studio's acoustics, and how the recording process took several turns, resulting in something that often diverged drastically from his original intentions. All Melody is the ninth studio album by German musician Nils Frahm. It was released in January 2018 under Erased Tapes 2018 12 Songs. All Melody. Nils Frahm. Ambient 2018. Then, like a kid in a candy store, he created one of his most meticulous and adventurous albums yet. Released January 26, 2018. All Melody Tracklist. The Whole Universe Wants to Be Touched Lyrics. In the process of conceiving the album, Nils Frahm spent a year and a half in studio Saal 3 Hall 3 at Funkhaus part of a campus originally built during Soviet rule for radio broadcasts fully restoring and refurbishing the space and updating its audio equipment. As Tom Beedham wrote for Exclaim, Frahm. All Melody Q&A. Photography Lia Darjes. Design Torsten Posselt. Erased Tapes. Recorded in the storied Funkhaus studio in Germany, All Melody is pianist Nils Frahms grandest statement yet, yet it maintains the inquisitive, exploratory spirit of his most playful recordings. Its hard for Nils Frahm to resist the pull of a good concept. For 2011s Felt, the German pianist draped a heavy cloth over the strings of his instrument-a gesture of respect for his neighbors that yielded an alluringly tactile sound. The following years Screws, written and recorded with a broken thumb, comprised nine songs for nine fingers


Nils Frahm. Juno Reworked. Music For Wobbling, Music Versus Gravity. Blumm, Nils Frahm. Listen to music from Nils Frahm like Says, Ambre & more. He is known for combining classical and electronic music and for an unconventional approach to the piano in which he mixes a grand piano, upright piano, Roland Juno-60, Rhodes piano, drum mListen to music from Nils Frahm like Says, Ambre & more. Find the latest tracks, albums, and images from Nils Frahm. He is known for combining classical and electronic music and for an unconventional approach to the piano in which he mixes a grand piano, upright piano, Roland Juno-60, Rhodes piano, drum m read more. Nils Frahm born 20 September 1982 is a German musician, composer and record producer based in Berlin. He is known for combining classical and electronic music and for an unconventional approach to the piano in which he mixes a grand piano, upright piano, Roland Juno-60, Rhodes piano, drum machines, and Moog Taurus. Dear Music Lover. Welcome to my gallery. Here you can find out more about what I have been doing in the past and what I will be working on next. Maybe you should check if I play music in your hometown soon or simply see if you find interesting details about my musical love affairs. If you would like to stay in touch, please sign up for my newsletter and make sure you wont miss out. Yours always, Nils Frahm. Nils Frahm releases animated video inspired by his 'Screws' album, alongside further worldwide tour dates. Order the album on CDLPDL Frahm born 20 September 1982 is a German musician, composer, and record producer based in Berlin. In addition to his solo work, Frahm has released collaborations with such notable performers as Anne Müller, Ólafur Arnalds, F. Blumm and Woodkid. With Frederic Gmeiner and Sebastian. Nils Frahm had an early introduction to music, learning the piano throughout his childhood. Today Nils Frahm continues to work as an accomplished composer, producer and celebrated performer from his Berlin-based studio at the renowned Funkhaus. Stream Tracks and Playlists from Nils Frahm on your desktop or mobile device. Город: Frahm. Berlin, Germany. Berlin-based contemporary composer Nils Frahm has built a steady reputation for his intimate, poignant piano recordings, yet they so far only showed a fragment of what to expect from a Nils Frahm concert. Frahms heart lies in improvisation, in the magic of a moment where, inspired by the space and the audience, his fingers can create new compositions loosely based around his familiar melodies. Check out Nils Frahm on Beatport. Welcome to Beatport. Beatport is the world's largest electronic music store for DJs


Comments: (50)
This is a beautiful piece of art , cover + booklet and the music ! Perfect pressing, top quality, dead quiet and no manufacture faults.
Probably one of the best sounding records In my collection, with Nils it's never a miss!
Trash Obsession
If this were released in the 1980s, it would easily be classified as New Age.
Nils Frahm’s relation to pianos and organs is succinctly captured in a line that appears in the album/booklet insert of the 2lp release of All Melody. Writing about the 50 Euro “pianette” which, after Carsten Schulz’s wizardry, masquerades as a piano-ish animal throughout All Melody, he says “the piano becomes the composer, the composer becomes the listener.” In the liner notes Mr. Frahm makes clear, “I wanted to hear beautiful drums, drums that I have never seen or heard before,” He also delves, like Nicholas Jaar, in the electron universe of transforming sounds; giving instruments unconventional voices. “Pipe organ will turn into a drum machine, while my drum machine would sound like an orchestra of breathy flutes, he confesses. He strives to make “acoustic instruments sounds like a synthesizer, and the synthesizer to sound like a human voice.” Listen to Track D3 (Kaleidoscope) and you will hear how the all this technical tinkering of tonality melds with a measured spontaneity of improvisation where the instruments compose the musician, as much the other way around. Those low, low vibrating bass with a concerted mellifluousness of keys, jostles and placates the frenetic repetition and restlessness of a runaway organ loop. The title track takes the musical intrigue to a new level of rhythm, melody, and well, phantasmagoric revelations. The reedy and rotund voice generated by those organs develops along with Sven Kacirek’s bass marimba, into a valley of impeccably resonating- yet-fleeting tunes. By pulling in different directions the track unfurls my senses to the unity of a forest among all its vast complexity. A reverberating grandeur where the universe wants to be touched. The thrums, sweeps, trills, morphing drones, gallops, hums, and sonorous textures, gives away to a decay, as if I want to enter the world of Multicast Dynamics or Pan & Me. I have listened to this album every way I can, and every time it has cajoled me to think about music where spontaneity is a critique of composition, where nothing seems as they are, where one plays out instruments to see how things play out. Get yourself a window through which light enters, shy as snow. I can see myself walking through a rain washed Kolkata, green as it could be, or perhaps overhearing the All Melody during torrential monsoon rains, and feeling “forever changeless.” If you have not already, this album must adorn your collection, even before you get to Nils Frahm’s other albums.
My pressing is dead quiet and no issues whatsoever. I don't agree with some of the other reviewers here, as this is hands down probably one of the two or three best releases of 2018, and vinyl is the way to hear it. I have ripped a CD and also listened to the Tidal high-res version multiple times through a high-end DAC, and the depth and clarity of the vinyl makes the soundstage so much deeper and much more crisp (especially for vocals and percussion). Also, if you ever get a chance to hear him live as I did in Boulder this year, you should not miss it ... a breathtaking one-man show.
I felt this was a big letdown - very uneven and occasionally very dated (#2). I also dislike immensely the sound of the piano keys when he plays. Listened to it three times already, and I can't find much positive to say about this. The very first Frahm recording I dislike...
Are only positive reviews helpful in your opinion? My personal opinion regarding this album as well as the technique it was recorded were voiced, nothing more, nothing less.
Not a helpful review dude. I find this to be his most diverse, accomplished and well rounded album.
This album is quickly shooting to one of my favorites of this year. Every sound on this record is made from scratch with real analogue instruments as credited by Nils on the album. You can tell a lot of care and hard work went into each track. The Packaging to the deluxe vinyl record is also a love letter to the vinyl community and again I appreciate the care that went into this. The album grabbed me from the 1st listen and has some unique sounds and in my opinion is a modern work of art and should go down as a classic
Can someone please_please_please upload the Encores 1 tracks? I bought the standard Vinyl at one of his concerts but sadly there are not included there. I'd be extremely grateful if someone could post them to YouTube or send me PM. Thank You!
If the stores are right, It will be released tomorrow!
It seems digital release or standalone vinyl will be released in June. Some stores said that release date is June 1 but I don't know that's right... I saw the page of 'Encores 1' on boomkat but removed shortly. So please wait.
Just picked up a copy today. Have had a digital copy of the album for a while and the album itself is great (though maybe not *quite* as great as SPACES). However I was disappointed to discover that I might have a defective copy. That or the wax just can't keep up with the crazy bass on the first few tracks. Either way I'm getting not only distortion but actual skipping, as if the stylus is literally jumping from the heavy bass. Needless to say, I was disappointed, especially since this isn't exactly a cheap disc. Hopefully it's just a manufacturing error and I just got a dud, because otherwise this is a beautiful record.Video showing my issues:
I have the same issue. It's exactly as in the video in the middle of Sunson. I just rebalanced my tonearm and checked the recommended tracking force for my cartridge (Ortofon 2m Red).
I have the same issue. It's really disappointing, but I can't decide if it's my turntable not being able to handle the heavy bass, or a defect.
Maybe I’m blind, but I don’t see +5 on run-out. Maybe that explained some defected copies?
Could be a pressing variant? Also the characters are a bit unclear. Could be something else than 5...
Great album. His most mature work by far. I always felt Nils kind of plodded through his previous works as if trying to find himself in his music, great though they all are. With this album it sounds like he's more aware of his artistic style and uses it confidently. I'm seeing him perform next week and can't wait for the show.Highly recommended..
@ Encores 1: Strangely, the instruments credited on the back cover for each song don't seem to be heard in the songs themselves. For example, on "Harmonium in the Well", what I hear is clearly a harmonium - not a marimba and a piano. Is this some mix-up of sorts?
It's a great addendum to the album. I warmly recommend.
Any comments on the tracks, worth buying just for these tracks? I love the album, and I would really like to hear the encores, but it would be an expensive EP (practically speaking).
Incredible..really stoked to hear the organ again. I missed it ever since Wintermusik.Wonderful album..
The pressing sounds great BUT my copy has some very annoying noises on the D side, not sure how to describe them, not pops, not scratches, some kind of friction noises that sound a bit like digital artifacts. Anyone else?
This is a non fill defect, where the vinyl cools prematurely before having enough time to form the grooves. This is a specialty of Optimal Media.
My copy also has pressing issues on side D. Breaks up the flow of the rest of the lp
I thought I was going crazy! I have exactly the same problem on the second track. I've actually got a new turntable and it doesn't happen there. I have a feeling that the grooves are extremely thin and can't cope with the bass. I have tried my old turntable with headphones only and can still hear it, so it's not the speakers. I can't hear it on my new turntable. So it might be your stylus/cartridge alignment!
Yes me too, 2 copies now! Weird pops, friction noises like you say(dithering), distortion, and a little tearing paper noise associated to the Vinyl pressing not filling in the grooves all the way. So disappointed.
How much were these at the Erased Tapes HQ? Thanks!
Think I got the last one... I was in London right then and the only way to buy was to visit the ET Sound Gallery. Lucky me! :-)
Killer Price! Of course only the wax, damn I would love me some
one life
Hi, they were £20! It's (obviously) just the wax in plain white sleeves
Absolutely silent pressing - sounds great! The packaging is superb too - looks like something you'd expect of a limited or special edition rather than a standard edition. I'm glad Nils Frahm's exploring new territory here although I prefer his more acoustic side as opposed to his more electronic offerings. I though the choral elements worked really well. I'm glad that I have no idea where Nils will go from here - predictability is boring!
This is a nice pressing, heavy sleeve with a super LP sized booklet with lovely photos etc. The music is good - not sure it is his best - but probably grows. Some of the simpler songs are excellent - Harm Hymn, Forest etc.Some of the songs have a repeating motif or melody - don't know the instrument - but sounds a bit like something you might hear on Scooby Doo goes to Hawaii.... bit annoying. Rest of the album is superb.
My copy didn't included the 11 track sampler, ordered from Rough Trade NYC.
I received the CD sampler today here in the US, they sent it separate
Same. I also ordered from Rough Trade NYC, and received what is described here minus the CD.
Just received a reply, Rough Trade (at least US) is still getting them in and will send them out
Same situation here except I ordered through their UK website.
Abandoned Electrical
Mine (I actually ordered 3EA) did contain the sampler (x3).
Mine definitely wasn't in the mailer, as I double checked it to make sure. It doesn't matter that much since it's just a free sampler, but I was a little disappointed.
Same here. No sampler CD and ordered from Rough Trade NYC early last week.
I didn't either, I just tripled checked my box, I will be emailing Rough Trade
It comes packed separately. I was going to complain that I hadn't got mine when I found it in the bottom of the mailer.
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My Friend The Forest is one's of the bests tracks of 2018 til the date.
One of the best tracks released in 29 days. High Praise!
A review of the music would be much appriciated. Thank you.
Thank you. But I was looking for a review of the extra LP that is only available at Rough Trade.
It's been reviewed lots of times. Here are a handful:
One-off double LP version plus Rough Trade Exclusive bonus LP Encores 1 featuring 5 extra tracks currently available here:
Early Waffle
Thank you! I always appreciate when people like you help me find better deals.