The Berlin-based pianist records crushingly pretty solo pieces so intimately you can hear every wood creak and joint pop. Heck, you can practically hear the dust particles moving around in the air. Frahm's gentle comedown Screws, released in 2012, sounded recorded in a large empty manor on a rainy day. The more recent Spaces, from late 2013, adds more electronics and intensity, but it still a quiet and lovely affair of indie-electroclassical crossover, or modern new-age, if you want to be an ass about it.
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