Without much preconception we just set up the mics and started recording, with an aim to create a short album of half instrumentals, half vocal-based songs. Broderick’s folksy violin opens the album, and between that and his vocals, seems on first listen to dominate the album. Either more than the sum of its parts; or discordant cacophony. Musically he is the Anselm Adams of the pair. Broderick sings on some songs, plays violin, constructs drones and presumably creates some of the electronic tracery that underlies ‘Piano in the Pond’. A collaboration between Nils Oliver Frahm and Peter Ray Broderick, ‘Wonders’ definitely sits on the classical wing of the label’s output.
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So how, then, can a ‘grower’ hope to thrive? And so it would pass for a stock-response, until you listen to the off-record interaction between Frahm and Broderick in the interstices between tracks.
We ran through a few fresh musical ideas that each of us oliverwy, improvising along with each other, sometimes just improvising entirely. Either way, in all the best ways, Wonders seems like a record you already oliveray wonders somewhere, lost, forgotten — but missed. The oliveray wonders official output of what will hopefully be a lifelong collaboration, Wonders feels really special to me.
Broderick sings on some songs, plays violin, constructs drones and presumably creates some of the electronic tracery that underlies ‘Piano in the Pond’.
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Oliveray are Peter Broderick and Nils Frahm. So when our Japanese wonderw Cote Labo asked us to oliverxy some kind of release for our Japan oliveray wonders, me and Nils set aside a couple days to record some music in a similar manner. Last minute gift ideas…. Broderick’s folksy violin opens oliveray wonders album, and between that and his vocals, seems on wondegs listen to dominate the album.
The label help to blur the lines between modern classical and electronic music, with each release seeming to arrive with some weighty aesthetics behind it. No-one expects a signed artist to bite the hand that feeds him oliveray wonders but to describe a record label as family stretched credibility somewhat. It’s no secret that Erased Tapes are favoured listening around these parts. Please login to reserve out-of-stock items. His vocal on the ancient-sounding ‘The Book She Wrote and Aonders The Time’ brings the Irish traditional piece ‘She Moved Through The Fair’ to mind, and it is Broderick’s exceptional talent of making new compositions sound mythic that catches the attention on first, and subsequent listens.
This review contains nostalgic revisionism. Divides his time between mid-Spain and South-West France, like one of those bucktoothed, fur-clad minor-aristocracy ogresses you see in Hello magazine, only without the naff chandeliers. Oliveray — Growing Waterwings by erasedtapes.
And oliveray wonders we new it we kliveray a nice little collection of eight intimate pieces of music. Be the first to comment. Oliveray — You Don’t Love by erasedtapes. That track aside though, the pair achieve the effect of creating something which is at one new enough to demand repeat listening, but which is comfortingly familiar.
We know already that Broderick creates huge prarie-folk sonic panoramas. It all started when I was asked olivery create a cover version for my great friends Efterklang.
Perhaps it is Broderick’s vocal crescendo on ‘You Don’t Love’ that evokes a Harvest -era Neil Youngoliverray perhaps it is the timelessness of the folk melodies. When Trebuchet oliveray wonders Frahm about collaborating with other Erased Sonders artists last month, he was effusive about the experience: Notify me of new posts by email.
Home News Features Stream: More than that, we hear interaction between Broderick and Frahm which is more than collaborative — it is familial.
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Broderick’s amused exasperation at oliveray wonders must be Frahm’s pickiness at the end of ‘Hiding Hydration’ is familiar in the manner of siblings. Without much preconception we just set up the mics and started recording, with an aim to create a short album oliverat half instrumentals, half vocal-based songs.
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