Divus Julius presents: Nils Frahm

Nils Frahm’s work lives in the gray area between ambient, neoclassical, and other gossamer styles of experimental music. The Berlin-based composer and producer’s output tends to recall Philip Glass and Aphex Twin in equal measure, but he has released everything from dubby downtempo to theater scores.

Nils Frahm’s new album, entitled Music For Animals, marks the composer and musician’s first new studio material since 2018’s All Melody and its follow-up All Encores. Recorded at LEITER Studio in Funkhaus Berlin, the three-hour long release sees Frahm move away from his signature piano arrangements, leaning more into electronic compositions.


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