— So, tell us more about "F-Rontal". First of all, why did you choose "F-Rontal" as your alias? And secondly, what does "F-Rontal" represent as an artist?
— Actually the idea for the name was quite simple at that time. To think back for a moment...I was 17 years old at that time, I was extremely enthusiastic about the electronic music scene and had a producer program (FL Studio) on my PC. I made fast progress in producing, because I could already play piano and guitar and read music. And yes, the first question is of course as soon as you have your first track halfway finished: "What do I actually call myself as an artist?" So I tried to sum up what I produce, what I represent in one word. The word "frontal" was clear relatively quickly. It is an international word, which has one and the same meaning everywhere. So the meaning is simple...the music hits you head on (frontal)...no matter if physical or emotional.
And the hyphen (-) exists only because the first letter from "frontal" is the same as the first letter from my first name (Fritz). So I wanted to add something more personal to the name. I fixed all this within minutes and I never thought about a name change or anything else after that.