Franky Jones

Franky Jones

Real Name:
Frank Sels
DJ and producer from Belgium. He is the founder of Bangtraxx Records.


Franky Jones Discography Tracks


Franky Jones Welcome Into My World (Album) Bonzai Records Belgium 1996 Sell This Version

Singles & EPs

DJ Franky Jones* Trance-O-Logic EP (EP) Bonzai Records Belgium 1994 Sell This Version
DJ Franky Jones* The Non Stop EP (EP) Bonzai Records Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
Franky Jones Trancomatic (Maxi) Bonzai Records Belgium 1996 Sell This Version
Franky Jones Q-Troniques (Maxi) Bonzai Records Belgium 1997 Sell This Version
Franky Jones My Obsession Bonzai Records Belgium 1998 Sell This Version
Bc 04, BC04 Franky Jones & G-Force Franky Jones & G-Force - Acid Attack E.P.(12", EP, Yel) Braincrashed Records, Braincrashed Records Bc 04, BC04 Belgium 2011 Sell This Version
BTX007 Franky Jones Addiction EP(3xFile, MP3, EP, 320) Bangtraxx Records BTX007 Belgium 2015
Franky Jones Addiction Ep (EP) Bangtraxx Records Belgium 2016 Sell This Version

DJ Mixes

TRIPOCD01 DJ Franky Jones* Tripomatic Non Stop(CD) Tripomatic Records TRIPOCD01 Belgium 1996 Sell This Version


BTX002 Franky Jones Acid Attack (Pt.2)(2xFile, MP3, 320) Bangtraxx Records BTX002 Belgium 2012
BTX001 Franky Jones Acid Attack (Pt.1)(2xFile, MP3, 320) Bangtraxx Records BTX001 Belgium 2012
BTX003 Franky Jones Acid Trip(2xFile, MP3, 320) Bangtraxx Records BTX003 Belgium 2012
BB 2013104 Franky Jones Belgium goes Detroit(4xFile, MP3, WAV) Bonzai Basiks BB 2013104 Belgium 2013

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March 24, 2015
edited over 2 years ago
To say that old-schooler Jones is a daring trend-setter might be a bit of a stretch. In fact, Jones's career follows that of an artist who has to make a living out of his craft and therefore often coincides with what is popular at the time. Ravey techno in the early 1990s, hard trance in the mid-1990s, hardcore, then progressive techno until the millennium, and even harder Acid in the 2010s. Let us be clear, he can probably appear as a bit of a crowdpleaser, from time to time. However, what he might lack in adventurousness, he more than makes up for with versatility, passion and skill, as well as a good ear for what is going to work next.
Even if what he plays nowadays is not always my bag, the man still gets huge respect from this reviewer for his longevity and the quality of his work as a DJ (some of the hottest old-school sets ever), a producer (his early Bonzai releases, to name but the obvious) and a party organiser (Techno '94 anyone?)

Quite fitting to choose to post this review today: incidentally, on a 24th March, Franky Jones was having his 27th birthday party at the Rave-Zone Montini, a famous Belgian club. He had one of the top slots in an all-star lineup and I remember being impressed by this first encounter. Amongst many other things, he played Protect System - Simplicity, which I had bought a couple of days prior, as well as Emmanuel Top - Fly Tox. The year was 1995, the future was full of promises. Most of them have not been kept, but that is another story. Happy birthday, Frank!

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