Born in September 17, 1974, and raised in Toronto (Canada), Frank started mixing and dubbing cassette tapes when he was 7. Inspired by break dance music, classic hip-hop, and retro/alternative dance music, he started experimenting with mixing. His grade 4 teacher commented on Frank's report card how he marveled and enjoyed music.
In 1986 Frank discovered "Dave's Dance Music" hosted by Dave Ahmad which aired on CKLN 88.1FM every Sunday between 1:00PM to 4:00PM and also in 1990 he discovered "Footnotes" (aka "Hard Drive") on CIUT 89.5FM hosted by Phantasy, Goldie & The Rufige Kru which played on Sundays between 4:00PM to 6:00PM. He started listening to House music, Freestyle, Techno, Funk, Reggae, and other styles of Electronic genre.
In 2005 Frank started as a hobby to create his own music. He took on the name "2Touch". This name originated from his honeymoon when he played water volleyball in Mexico and Frank use to touch the volleyball two times and his team mate Lloyd nicknamed Frank as "Two Touch". He worked on his first house single called "Blast Zone". He also finished Techno tracks "Serious Rhythm" and "Insane" and house track "Just House". Frank also experimented with Beat boxing and Techno called "Authentic" which meant all sounds were from Beat boxing and natural sounds mixed together.
In 2016 Frank is currently working on his first EP release to add some earlier tracks plus new Acid House tracks. Frank changed his Artist name to "Acidone", from Acetone which is a organic compound that is a colorless, volatile, flammable liquid, combined with "Acid" for Acid House music. In July of 2016, Frank released his first two 12" singles called "Acid Rant" (new track) and "Blacid Storm" (acid mixes of his original 2005 house track "Blast Zone"). He also released first LP called "Acid Man" in June 2017.
Currently in July 2017, his artist name has changed again from "Acidone" to "Micrometer".