Kristoff Krane "Exclusive Interview" ///



Kristoff Krane (born Christopher M. Keller on November 2, 1983) is a multi-genre recording artist and instructor from the Twin Cities, MN. Krane is known for his erratic, stream-of-consciousness approach to writing, freestyling and performing. Aside from his solo releases: This Will Work For Now (2008), Hunting For Father (2010) , Picking Flowers Next To Roadkill (2010) and Fanfaronade(2012), Kristoff is also a member of the following groups:  Abzorbr, Saturday Morning Soundtrack, Prey For Paralysis and Face Candy (the all-improv rap-jazz band with friend and mentor, Micheal “Eyedea” Larsen).  Krane has had the honor to have made music with the following artists: Eyedea, Sage Francis, Slug of Atmosphere, Buck 65, P.O.S. of Doomtree, Illogic, Ceschi and  more. He has toured the United States on several occasions, as well as internationally through-out Europe. Recently, Krane  joined forces with close friends, No Bird Sing and Kill The Vultures forming a collective called FtoItoX.  As a teacher, he has worked in schools and youth-based programs across the state implementing creative-writing and performance based workshops.  Krane currently resides in Minneapolis with his wife. Aside from music, Krane works full-time as a “Youth Advocate” at a drop-in center for youth experiencing homelessness. He is currently working on new acoustic project with a release date unknown. His signature/stamp: “I Freestyle Life”.

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