Wednesday, September 17, 2014

Performance this friday @ Théâtre National, Brussels




Soirée de lancement de la revue Papier Machine, avec:

GROUND TACTICS
HUGO MOSER
YANNICK FRANCK
WAIT & SEE (dj set)

18:30

Théâtre National
Boulevard Emile Jacqmainlaan 111-115
1000 Bruxelles/Brussel



Tuesday, June 24, 2014

Thursday + Friday @ Les Ateliers Claus, Brussels

Lale Rodgarkia-Dara & Anna Steiden + Audrey Lauro & Pak Yan Lau + Ingrid Schmoliner & Juan Parra + Yannick Franck + Tamara Wilhelm & Daniel Lercher & Vinzenz Schwab + Floris Vanhoof + Shrack + Stephanie Quirola




RUE CRICKXSTRAAT Friday - 27 Jun - 20:00 - 3 - no presale

VELAK Export #3 Velak, a Vienna-based collective engaged in electroacoustic music, meets Brussels.
As part of the latest project, Velak Export #3 aims to connect the experimental music scene of both cities. You’re invited to two days of deep listening sessions and peculiar performances. Enjoy sound and noise in all its lively forms.

day 2: Lale Rodgarkia-Dara & Anna SteidenAudrey Lauro & Pak Yan Lau Ingrid Schmoliner & Juan Parra Yannick Franck Tamara Wilhelm & Daniel Lercher & Vinzenz Schwab Floris Vanhoof Shrack ...DJ: Tommy De Nys

artistic intervention: Stephanie Quirola

Velak Export #3 is brought to you by Ateliers Claus, QO-2, Velak, the Austrian Cultural Forum Brussels and the SKE-Fonds.- MORE

Wednesday, May 21, 2014

This tuesday @ QO-2, Brussels

Yannick Franck / Maria Balabas & Mihai Balabas & Catalin Milea

Maria Balabas & Mihai Balabas & Catalin Milea: 'Muzică pentru trei radiouri' (music for three radio's) Yannick Franck: Hierophany (electroacoustic live set)

22/05/2014 - 20:30 5€
Q-O2 workspace
www.q-o2.be

Tuesday, March 25, 2014

THE UTMOST NIGHT, 3" CD out now on Taâlem




"In the current electro-acoustic climate, the most obvious comparison when pseudo-static music is the subject of an investigation is that which spells the “drone=Om” equivalence. But in Yannick Franck’s 24-minute The Utmost Night this apposition is fully justified, the piece unfolding indeed like a mantra sung by a choir of creatures from the Hades, reinforced by voluminous vibrational components and under-the-crust noises derived by the miscellany of sources utilized besides the voice. You are all acquainted, by now, with this babbler’s persuasion about the genre – which, in my opinion, rarely has something truly innovative to offer nowadays, being the favored field of “work” for people who have no clue in regard to the effective immaterial implications of a sonic conception, not to mention the unfitness for actually learning to play an instrument, or just “compose” in the truest acceptation of the verb. Still, you have to give credit where it’s due: in this case, recognize Franck’s track as compellingly hard-hitting, deserving to be classified quite high in the rank of space-filling motionless soundscapes generally based on ultra-low resonance and growling murmuration. Translation: the usual suspects (fans of Lustmord, Maeror Tri, Lull and so forth) will unquestionably do well to take account of this item. I, for one, was not offended; the “repeat” mode is advisable." TOUCHING EXTREMES

ORDER HERE