Draff Krimmy is not a band.
It is a project between people all over the world who communicate in the language of music. Two German and a Norman are the core of the project. Their names: Jan, Mareno and Maciek. Two lives in Norway and one travels around the world.
Draff Krimmy started with “Präexistenz” in 2002, a track inspired by love, Rodion Raskolnikoff, and an acoustic home recording including songs about suicide and life. In 2003 the next piece, “Inteventuell” was recorded. It was inspired by a honeymoon, A Silver Mt. Zion and Dumas` Le comte de Monte Cristo. It was an experimental piece which was created by a lot of people who didn`t know each other before. (5 songs/almost 60 minutes)
Draff Krimmy signed with Fluttery Records in 2010. Their 11 track full length “Poetry Of Vår” is their label debut which was also their first official release previously released by How Is Annie Records.
They have many inspirations such as Constellation Records artists, Tom Waits, projects of Engine Down members, the powerful and fragile tones from Japan, and last but not least the creations from Iceland. Draff Krimmy is an interesting music project which feed on many elements, many contributors.
Pascal Payant (filmmaker):
“There’s a place between time and melody. This fracture of reality blended with originality. A moment where you are left alone. Thinking of a sound, a mood, an atmosphere. This place in time is called Draff Krimmy. Alone in the bliss of dark with a glance of joy in your face. Welcome to a real ambience melody.”
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