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Almost five years after his first visit to the stage of UM:LAUT and after numerous sold-out concerts around the globe, the acclaimed pianist and producer Nils Frahm returns to Radialsystem V. With his unique musical concept and his multi-faceted meandering between modern classical, electronica and pop, his concerts have been celebrated at various occasions such as Montreux Jazz Festival as well as at Melt! or Roskilde Festival. After winning the German Film Prize for his soundtrack of the Berlinale blockbuster „Victoria“, scoring a short film with Robert De Niro and releasing several albums in the last year, he now presents his latest project: Together with Frederic Gmeiner and Sebastian Singwald he celebrates the record release concert of his band Nonkeen in the frame of the UM:LAUT series. The first recordings and experiments of the three childhood friends date back to their schooldays – decades later the renowned label R&S Records releases the trio’s debut album. We are very happy and proud to set the frame for this special occasion – looking forward to some wonderful evenings!

Nonkeen
Record Release Concerts | Support: Andrea Belfi
16 & 17 April | 20:00 | Radialsystem V
Tickets available now at Radialsystem’s box-office and online!

Nonkeen’s „The Gamble“ is the result of a long band history and a series of coincidences. Nils Frahm and Frederic Gmeiner already discovered their common interest in audio-recordings at primary school in Hamburg. They produced their own radio show, in which they mixed schoolyard noises, teachers‘ voices and their own sound experiments with children instruments and recorded them on tape. In the summer of 1989, East German schoolboy Sebastian Singwald spent two weeks at Frahm and Gmeiner’s school during an exchange. He arrived with his own shabby tape recorder, which immediately intrigued Frahm and Gmeiner and brought the three boys together. The friends continued to stay in touch and put together tracks from children’s songs, radio music and improvised pieces by playing or covering and then remixing them. After the Berlin Wall came down, the trio played several concerts in Berlin before the band’s career abruptly came to a halt in 1997. Over one decade later Gmeiner, Frahm and Singwald met again in Berlin and started making music together again at irregular intervals. Just like in the old days, they recorded long experimental sessions on their tape machines, adding parts to some of their childhood recordings and sampling others. The band refused to practise songs, or record multiple takes, in order to reshape or improve them – meaning only first takes were acceptable. Out of these singular attempts only a few actually made it to tape. Chance became a constant band member: Due to the unreliability of the cheap recording devices they employed, no one knew how things would sound in the end. Just as a picture taken to film maintains its secrets until it is developed, recordings were „double-exposed“, or, by chance, a tape would play back in reverse mode. Beyond, devices whose motors were pitched up and down also brought other fantastic sounds to life – sounds that were previously unheard or unthinkable. From time to time, the band isolated their favourite passages in Frahm’s studio and continued to use them for processing or overdubbing. The tapes were then recycled for fresh sessions. In the course of this organic process over eight years, an album with unexpected sounds and eclectic electro-acoustic improvisation adventures had grown – making „The Gamble“ an album „which sounds both of spontaneity and stylistic ambiguity in the best of all senses“ (Groove).

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

On two nights in December, dance, live music and video encounter each other to create an extraordinary audio-visual feast! UM:LAUT presents the premiere of „The Intention“, a multimedia production conceived by the innovative London based performance collective Neon Dance. Produced by British choreographer Adrienne Hart, Neon Dance have pulled together an exciting international team of collaborators including the amazing pianist and producer Nils Frahm and the cellist Anne Müller, set designers Nico de Rooij and Stuart Bailes as well as film maker Terry Braun. This will be the first time Nils Frahm and Anne Müller – critically acclaimed for their great collaborative record „7Fingers“ fusing electronica, chamber music and minimal refernces – perform as a duo in Germany.

Neon Dance has been critically acclaimed for its innovative work fusing dance, live music and new media. Adrienne Hart’s choregraphy „The Intention“ is inspired by the Argentinian author Adolfo Bioy Casraes‘ science fiction novel „The Invention of Morel“, which was published in 1940. The novel tells the story of a man who, on his escape from justice, arrives on a lonely island where he encounters machine-driven, human holograms – a work about deep love, identity and the dream of everlasting happiness, in which Casares already anticipated the virtually created worlds of the present.

After releasing the acclaimed debut album „7Fingers“ on Erased Tapes in 2010, Nils Frahm and Anne Müller have continued to develop their collaborative project between electronica, ambient, chamber music and minimal references while working on the soundtrack for „The Intention“. In unique sound experiments with classical and electronical elements, delicate melodies become interwoven with loops, glitches and samples. In the context of the series of UM:LAUT, the two musicians present their music for the first time live in Germany – embedded in the set design of and in combination with the premiere of Neon Dance’s new production „The Intention.“

We are very much looking forward to work with Adrienne Hart and the great people of Neon Dance and we are happy to present another exciting artistic dialogue between music, dance and video. Tickets for our two nights are now on sale – make sure to get yours. We would love to welcome you!

The Intention | Neon Dance with Nils Frahm & Anne Müller
14 & 15 December | 20:00 | Radialsystem Berlin
Tickets available now at Radialsystem, Koka36 or online!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are very happy and proud to present two special nights within the Erased Tapes 5th Anniversary Tour at the mighty Radialsystem on 13 & 14 October! We’re looking forward to celebrating five years of fusing classical and electronic music with some of the label’s finest acts: Nils Frahm and A Winged Victory For The Sullen, who brought us a wonderful kick-off a year ago, as well as the renowned Icelandic composer Ólafur Arnalds and special guest Anne Müller.

Since its formation in 2007, Erased Tapes has become a meeting point and melting pot for innovative musicians. Deliberately positioned outside fleeting trends, the label has fostered and supported collaboration between artists who often fuse disparate musical forms and styles, rendering so-called genres like modern classical, post-rock and electronica redundant. We would love to congratulate one of our favourite labels and thank all the lovely people of the Erased Tapes family for five years of ambitious, distinctive and beautiful releases. Let’s celebrate!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We are especially delighted to welcome our dear friend Nils Frahm again. The works of the Berlin-based pianist and producer are characterised by high emotional density and a clearness of expression and form. After two internationally praised piano albums and his electronica project with Anne Müller, Nils Frahm presented his new album „Felt“ in the series of UM:LAUT at the sold out Radialsystem in late 2011. Numerous tours and concerts in Europe, Japan and the US, some of them alongside other artists such as Peter Broderick, Seabear, Hauschka, or his Icelandic label-mate Ólafur Arnalds, have strengthened his reputation as an exceptional instrumentalist and fascinating live musician.

Since the release of his debut album „Eulogy For Evolution“, the 24-year old Icelandic multi-instrumentalist and producer Ólafur Arnalds lures fans of indie music to his world of electronic, classically arranged chamber music. As one of the first artists on Erased Tapes, he has created music which sounds inviting, passionate and catchy at once, thereby making the often self-contained world of classical music more accessible to new listeners. As his most recent work, Arnalds has released the soundtrack for Sam Levinson’s debut film „Another Happy Day“, starring Ellen Barkin and Demi Moore. On 13 & 14 October, Ólafur Arnalds will be accompanied by a string trio.

Not least after his album „Lumière“ and his contribution to the soundtrack of  Sofia Coppola’s film „Marie Antoinette“, the American pianist and film music composer Dustin O’Halloran is mentioned in the same breath as Max Richter, Hauschka, Jóhann Jóhannsson and other renowned representatives of the „modern piano“. With A Winged Victory For The Sullen, O’Halloran’s dreamy piano sounds encounter the electronic soundscapes of the ambient musician and founder of  „Stars of the Lid“ Adam Wiltzie, making harmonical and melancholical sound formations between chamber music, ambient, minimal and neo-folk come into being.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

„I’ve always been most interested in a dialogue between two opposite poles, between traditional and contemporary, between digital and analogue. That cliff between electronic and acoustic, the pop and the classical world.“ – that’s how Robert Raths, founder of  Erased Tapes, puts it and that’s why UM:LAUT is the perfect match to bring this special birthday party to Berlin.
We are very much looking forward to some great nights in October and would love to welcome you at Radialsystem.

You can now get your tickets online for 13 or 14 October here.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Wow. We’re kind of exhausted but still totally delighted about our first UM:LAUT night with Nils Frahm, A Winged Victory For The Sullen and Sleepingdog. Sold out and made people happy!
Many thanks to everybody for coming, for the great feedback, for the amazing sound at Radialsystem and cheers to Robert and the beautiful people at Erased Tapes Records!
For those who couldn’t be there: Here’s a first review on the German blog Sounds Like Me
and don’t miss ARTE Tracks in January! See you next time!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Check out Nils Frahm talking about his new record, his inspiration and his neighbours on
Fluid Radio, trust in Digital in Berlin recommending the UM:LAUT night on 21 November
or visit  BLN.FM to win two of our last tickets.
Last Saturday Nils killed it in London – can’t wait to have him here next week!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

A Winged Victory For The Sullen

„This meditative and cinematic set is a victory for subtlety and sensitivity.“
BBC

„Ein weiterer grosser Wurf gelingt dem UK Label Erased Tapes mit der Veröffentlichung der ersten Kollaboration zwischen Stars-Of-The-Lid-Mitglied Adam Wiltzie und dem amerikanischen Komponisten Dustin O’Halloran.“
De:bug

„‚A Winged Victory For The Sullen‘ mit seinen meditativen, in Zeitlupe dahingleitenden Klangsphären ist wie eine Fahrt durch eine regenkühle Nacht bei offenem Fenster – gefangen zwischen den Nachwirkungen des Abends und den Verheißungen des Morgens.“
Spiegel Online

Nils Frahm

„A wonderful, intimate and transportative new album from the German composer (…) a balm for troubled minds.“
BBC

„It is difficult to see how Nils Frahm and Erased Tapes Records could top this release, but for now ‚Felt‘ just about takes the crown of its predecessors and stakes a claim as being the most touching, affecting, and downright unmissable instrumental album of 2011“
Contactmusic

„‚Felt‘ ist auf beeindruckende Weise selbstvergessen, ein graziles, an die filmischen Arbeiten der Quay Brothers erinnerndes mechanisches Menschmaschinen Wunderwerk.“
De:bug

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

We would be thankful for small mercies, but of course we won’t refuse to accept that on 21 November we’ll kick-start UM:LAUT and welcome one of our favorites of the new wave of modern classical artists presenting his new record at Radialsystem. After two critically acclaimed solo albums and his worthwhile venture of merging electronica and classical with cellist Anne Müller, Berlin-based pianist Nils Frahm will pay us a visit with a brand-new record in his characteristic Freitag bag. His unconventional approach to an age-old instrument, played contemplatively and intimately, has won him many fans around the world. Having recorded his last solo album live in a large, reverberant church, Nils Frahm now invites you to dive into a world of microscopic and delicate sounds – so intimate that you could be sitting beside him. „Felt“ creates its own personal microcosm, offering a refuge of tender and honest beauty. We feel honoured to host his official Record Release Concert in his hometown together with our friends at Erased Tapes!

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Berlin-based pianist Nils Frahm is already a firebrand in the modern classical world, collaborating with contemporaries such as Peter Broderick, Ólafur Arnalds and Anne Müller. Renowned pianist Dustin O’Halloran and Adam Wiltzie of Stars Of The Lid team up for A Winged Victory For The Sullen forming harmonic and melancholic soundscapes between chamber music, ambient and minimal. We are dead proud to present them together with our friends at Erased Tapes Records on 21 November in a special setting at one of the most beautiful venues in Beriln. What a start!