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November 25th, 2011

Daniel Melingo is major musician. He studied at a Conservatoire but retains little of that institution. A bohemian of Buenos Aires. We can call him Maestro because he has achieved simplicity. Just listen to his Tangos and you’ll understand why. These songs of his hold as much adoration as irreverence. There is a truckload of orthodoxy and tons of heresy. Love and mockery. Pure tango: The wonderful madness of Melingo. If you happen to be in Paris tonight go and see those two giants, Frahm and Melingo, Full detais HERE, man, what a show…and you got to listen to this Tango, its wonderful.

Corazon and Hueso


February 12th, 2010

Hamburg composer Nils Frahm, will release his debut EP and LP in North America via Erased Tapes (Peter Broderick, Ólafur Arnalds). Free download of Ambre 

Nils had an early introduction to music. During his childhood he was taught to play piano by Nahum Brodski – a student of the last scholar of Tschaikowski. Embued with a rich classical background, today Nils Frahm works as an accomplished composer and producer in Berlin. In 2008 he founded Durton Studio, where he has worked with L.A. composer Dustin O’ Halloran amongst other fellow musicians.

Nils recorded three piano-led instrumentals, which make up his Wintermusik EP (out February 16). The songs were originally intended as a Christmas present for friends and family, hence its late winter release. Shortly after these recordings, label mate Peter Broderick encouraged Nils to record a new album of piano improvisations – the result is his debut full-length The Bells, which will be released on April 27. Recorded in a rented, beautiful old church in the heart of Berlin (shown below) over two nights, Nils “just played” with the occasional instruction from Peter, “At one point I was even inside the piano, laying on the strings, asking him to make a song called ‘Peter Is Dead In The Piano’.” The resultant work, The Bells, shares the same excitement and air of playfulness. 

Nils displays an incredibly developed sense of control and restraint in his work for a musician this early in his career. As the recognition continues to grow for both, The Bells and Wintermusik, 2010 will see his next album release as well as several European dates alongside Balmorhea from Texas, Icelandic composer

Jóhann Jóhannsson, and of course his contemporary label colleagues Ólafur Arnalds and Peter Broderick.