More Transcendence from The God-Man, Nils Frahm

This blog could live on posts of the music of Nils Frahm (and Gustav Mahler), and a few assorted word-reflections on the meditative life, and be more than enough satisfaction.

Encountering this sublime piece again recently, and the heart-soul is moved to celebrate his greatness — again and again, in whatever form, on whatever day. So simple, yet so passionately-felt, and so higher-level on every level. I actually think he is truly a kind of saint. There is an unshakeable inner-knowing, a gnosis, a techno-rapture not just of notes and rhythms but vast simple eternities of the soul. Can’t put words to it, and shouldn’t.

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