Before his recording career kicked off he worked for 4 months at Apexton Records, working at the pressing plant and in A&R for their label, Underworld Records.
Those early "Bonesbreaks" vinyls led Frankie to playing at a rave called "Energy" which had 25,000 people. With the scene already reaching critical mass, Bones had set off a fierce bidding war between XL Recordings and Deconstruction, which led to two albums by Musto & Bones.
The U.K. was very impressed by Frankie's unique Brooklyn style which was a raw-freestylish-bass-in-your-bass-bins-but-electro-bass style that was raw enough to keep the entire scene and industry at bay, waiting for the underground to bubble over. With gigs, remixing and production work pouring in by the truckload, Frankie ventured out into the early European scene playing key breaking parties in France, Holland, Italy, Denmark and Germany. Each country taking note of his style and wanting to license music.
From all the success in Europe, a booking would follow in Los Angeles based strictly on his success in Europe. In fact the L.A. promoters did not understand where the Brooklyn accent was coming from? But the West Coast scene had just started and Frankie held down Bi-Monthly events in London, L.A. and in NYC.
His vision of STORMrave made history. As did the Sonic Groove shop where he sold vinyl to the masses.
Frankie Bones Discography
- 53 Remix
- 1 Vocals
- 9 Instruments & Performance
- 118 Writing & Arrangement
- 3 Featuring & Presenting
- 156 Production
- 28 DJ Mix
- 102 Technical
- 1 Acting, Literary & Spoken