Nils Frahm’s Music For Animal

“When you have animals, you probably know that they react to music."

WORDS BY REBECCA LASHMAR

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BERLIN — MUSIC — Issue 10

German musician and composer Nils Frahm is known for combining classical piano with electric experimentation and beyond. From his vivid scoring for cinematic experiences like Victoria (2015), to multi-artist collaborations like Piano Day Volume 1, his career continues to expand outward. Nils opens up about the artistic challenges of touring, giving undiscovered artists a platform, and why his latest album, Music for Animals, is perfect for both you and your canine companions to chill out to.


sM | How did the concept for Music for Animals begin for you, and when did you know it was something you wanted to expand into a full-length recording?

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