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Frank Crijns

Frank Crijns
Country
Netherlands
Profile
Frank Crijns is a composer and multi-instrumentalist from the Netherlands, co-founder of the group Blast.
Website
http://www.frankcrijns.nl/
Related articles (3)
Releases on file (10)
Fraqx — Fraqx Fraqx — Fraqx
(CS 482 CD, 2017, CD)
Frank Crijns — Shade of Impulse Frank Crijns — Shade of Impulse
(Moving Furniture MFR-044, 2017, CD)
Frank Crijns — [B]One Frank Crijns — [B]One
(Vonk 14, 2014, CD)
Blast4tet — Sift Blast4tet — Sift
(ReR Megacorp BLAST02, 2008, CD)
Blast6tet — As Nowhere as Anywhere Blast6tet — As Nowhere as Anywhere
(F.M.R.Records FMR cd 229-040, 2007, CD)
Blast4tet — Altrastrata Blast4tet — Altrastrata
(ReR Megacorp BLAST 1, 2002, CD)
Blast  — A Sophisticated Face Blast — A Sophisticated Face
(Cuneiform Rune 125, 1999, CD)
Blast  — Stringy Rugs Blast — Stringy Rugs
(Cuneiform Rune 95, 1997, CD)
Blast  — Wire Stitched Ears Blast — Wire Stitched Ears
(Cuneiform Rune 71, 1995, CD)
Blast — Puristsirup Blast — Puristsirup
(Vonk 2, 1992, CD)

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