Antenne en Fer

  • Music
  • Artists : Franck Dadure (France)
  • Date : September 11, 2015, during Fantaisies des Escales — Bouillon#2
  • Venue : Bain Mathieu (2915, Ontario Street) Metro station Frontenac or Préfontaine (green line)
  • Attention revised shedule. Show on  8pm30 to 0am30
  • Doors open at 8pm
  • Fees (Include taxes)
  • Presale :20$
  • Regular : 25$
  • Students and 65 +years old : 16$
  • Groups of 10 or + : 16$

       In the restless jar category, this project deserves a special attention. Producer, composer and multicard musician (aka Iron Antenna, The fakir, Djarko…) suffers from a disorder which we certainly do not seek to cure: he has a wandering personality. Strongly asserted and refusing to fit any pre conceived idea, his personality travels from one idea to another, it rises with virtuosity and praises the spirit of the street and ricochet sound. Electronica, middle-eastern groove , free jazz, psychedelic music or classic… From these labels, this iconoclastic, creates a cloud of confetti, under which its hullabaloo, becomes a real place to party and swing.

        Franck Dadure and his machine`s orchestra (Senza piezo, Open. Theremin, analog synths, computer and controllers) present his new album Iron Antenna – Sounds from La Hague Radioactive City, a maze with cinematographic accents made of inviting sounds inspired by jazz, acoustics and electronics. For his third album Mélodies lunatiques (Harmonia Mundi Distribution), The Fakir alias Franck Dadure used a turkish electrified clarinet, a homemade Theremin , a soprano saxophone and a senza-fuzz in order to create an improvised fresco of oriental sounds at the crossroads of jazz and electronics. His crooked machines transform his notes into odes of disorder. We need to understand, Franck Dadure is far better than simply performing on concerts: he is invading all musical rules and poetic order.

Come wander through the « soundscapes«  of Franck Dadure during the evening of Fantaisies des Escales — Bouillon #2 on the 11th of September!

        « Un élixir qui se consomme sans modération sur scène – où notre fakir se démultiplie en un ensemble de musiciens mutants dont le sens du groove et la science de l’improvisation font merveille.» — Ars Musica    

          « La pointe du Contentin avec ses marmites nucléaires et ses vaches lumineuses. C’est ce qui inspire Franck Dadure (aka Antenne en Fer) au travers de son projet Sounds from La Hague radioactive city. Avec des field recodings enregistrés In situ et mêlés à des lignes de basse analogique et des pulsations minimalistes, il compose un univers mélodique et cinématique.» — Technikart 


Composition & interpretation (Analog machines, Monome 64, Theremin, clarinettes électrifiées, cordes sur piedzos…) : Franck Dadure

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