Oliveray es el nuevo proyecto de Nils Frahm y Peter Broderick para el sello japonés Cote Labo. A la espera de escuchar este "Wonders" del que ya tenemos un avance con la delicada , como no utilizar este adjetivo con la música de estos dos señores, "Growing Waterwings" lista para nuestro deleite y momento contemplativo de la jornada laboral:
También hay que destacar, que este año también ha traído grandes noticias con sus nombres ,y especificando más, en Erased Tapes. Primero Nils Frahm con el excelente largo "Felt" y el nuevo single "Juno". Ahora, para redondear el otoño, llega el momento de Broderick con el excelente single "Old Time/Solace in Gaza"(la primera, una delicada estampa de country) y un nuevo album que sin duda, no decepcionará a sus seguidores,"Music For Confluence", título en la línea de sus anteriores trabajos para el sello.
Por último una promo,con foto de colegas:
say hello to oliveray!
i am super excited to announce the debut release from a project very dear to me!oliveray consists of me, peter ray broderick, and one of my greatest friends in the world, the incredible musician/producer nils oliver frahm. we’ve been collaborating in many ways these past couple years and traveling a lot together, but finally we have arrived with our first truly 50/50 collaboration effort, wonders.
it started when i was asked to create a cover version for my great friends efterklang. i asked nils if he’d like to work with me on the project, so one day we got together in his studio and ran through the song (harmonics) a couple times and then layed it down to tape in the most relaxed way possible, me playing the guitar and singing and him on the piano… we were both really happy and inspired with how easy and fun this process was. we thought you could hear and feel that relaxed atmosphere in the song.
so when our japanese friends cote labo asked us to prepare some kind of release for our japan tour, me and nils set aside a couple days to record some music in a similar manner. 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. we ran through a few fresh musical ideas that each of us had, improvising along with each other, sometimes just improvising entirely, and before we new it we had a nice little collection of eight intimate pieces of music.
the first official output of what will hopefully be a lifelong collaboration, wonders feels really special to me. and tomorrow we’re off to japan to celebrate the new release with some concerts together. here comes oliveray!