Surrounded by a swarm of feminine androids, FRAKnoise pays homage to their colorful beauty. His guitar softly wailing an air of admiration at first. Before long his set unfolds into a steamy mating ritual. Hoping they will follow. And so they did.
In every intens live set, FRAKnoise takes you to areas he seemingly wasn’t aware off himself. It’s this tension that makes you wanna attend each of his unique experimental modular experiences.
Here’s a great video registration of the performance made by the marvelous OpenWebcast crew.
Blowing bubbles from the future.
Oh beautiful android.
Allard Krijger aka FRAKnoise
As the music of Allard Krijger is hard to pin to a specific style, the main feature of his music is pluriformity. Modulair synthesizers, home keyboards, other key instruments, theremin, a lot of stringed instruments from mandoline to guitar sitars, flutes, electronic wind instruments and so on used in styles from experimental ambience, through trippy and funky electronics to almost folk like acoustic music.
His collaboration with Terrace resulted in the ambience project “The Heisenberg Compensators” and the album: “Adventures of Werner and Random” (Groove Music, 2017). Before that the albums “The Fables Of Allard Krijger” (fraknoise productions, 2000) and “InterBabylonianMusicals” (eevonext, 2010) where published.
Astonishing pictures taken by the talented Rob de Kruif