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7 Fingers

Nils FrahmAudio CD
4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)

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  • Audio CD (July 13, 2010)
  • Original Release Date: 2010
  • Number of Discs: 1
  • Label: Hush Records
  • ASIN: B003NWS5GI
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (2 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #199,284 in Music (See Top 100 in Music)

1. Teeth
2. 7Fingers
3. Let My Key Be C [Edit]
4. Show Your Teeth
5. Because This Must Be
6. Journey For a Traveller
7. Reminds To Teeth
8. Duktus
9. Long Enough

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Apart from her work with the Wolf-Ferrari Ensemble and classical engagements,
Anne Müller has often fulfilled the vague string desires of bands and collectives like
Sdnmt, Phillip Boa, and Klez.E. Now, she bestows new freedoms upon herself and
her instrument: loops, songs, landscapes, faults, and acoustic glitches find their place
in her performance, and her performance finds its place among them. Nils Frahm s
biographical orbit is filled with sound sources, production, and composing possibilities.
He is a member of the indie melancholy Siva, a collaborator of F.S. Blumm and Peter
Broderick, a solo artist, and an Übertonmensch, creating waveforms, making patterns,
and tweaking moods. Their collaboration, 7fingers, dissolves into sound, combines into
rhythm, becomes pulse and motion and sleep and acceleration.

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5.0 out of 5 stars Headphone Commute Review September 29, 2010
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What's great about this album, is that there was more than a few times when I had that "aaaah..." moment. Perhaps what drove me to write this raving review about 7fingers is that there were those moments one too many. On every single track. I first found out about this album when the new release from Nils Frahm popped up on my radar. But as many anticipated moments in life, that July came and went, and another two months went by before I realized that I have missed this Hush Records release. And here I was, listening to Nils Frahms`s latest EP on Erased Tapes, Unter | Über, wondering, whatever happened to that collaboration with Anne Müller? And what's this genre that it's listed under - modern classical and glitch. Modern classical and glitch? What what? As soon as the second track on the album, similarly titled, 7fingers, came on, I knew that I was in for a trip down my favorite lane of clicky electronica, glitchy elements and most importantly, elegantly produced musical pieces. Here, in Müller's hands the cello cries, then hiccups, skipping through Frahm's piano notes, and dropping on the floor in tiny granulated frequencies, then re-arranging back and flying up in the reverse, into the wood from whence it came, all obsessively constrained with micro programmed beats and rhythms. The clicks and cuts are composed of chopped up seasoning, gently sprinkled over a smooth, and creamy melody, oozing with melancholy out of every pore. The album's tracks flip between the glitchy tracks that I keep rating with 5 stars, and strictly modern classical pieces, composed of experimental swirling cello work, some field recordings, and of course, Frahm's piano keys. Read more ›
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I own most of Nils Frahm's work, and this is by far the most electronic I've heard. It's nice, but not what I was looking for when I bought it after listening to "Let my Key be C". Unlike Screws or Felt or The Bells, it's very "produced". I like the violin and piano combination but there is just too many clicks and whirs, etc, to really enjoy it for my taste.
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