Franck Bouly (born in Nouvion-en-Thiérache in the department of Aisne, December 3, 1971) is a French composer and DJ. Self-taught, he began his musical career in the 80s by composing music for demonstrations graphics on computers Amstrad CPC and Commodore Amiga. In 1996 he released his first EP "2 N2" on "Independence Records" under the pseudonym "Nationale 2”. This EP is very influenced by the Chicago’s House style. In 1999, Franck Bouly sign on "Béta Records" an EP entitled "Electro Service 1" bearing the nickname "Nationale 2”. This time, the style is decidedly electro. In 2001, "Repositionnable" one of the track of the EP “Electro Service 1” is compiled in a mix made by Bruno Capriata ; "ElectrONIculture" released on "Plays Cool" will be sold at the release of the video game "ONI" edited by "Take 2 Interactive" for Playstation 2, PC and Mac. Since July 2007, Franck Bouly distributes its productions on "Jamendo". Even if he subscribes to the scene Old-school Electro, Techno and Acid House, Franck Bouly collaborated to the realization of several project for Rock, Fusion and Metal as well as singers of northern France. Alongside his musical career, Franck Bouly is also a DJ and radio producer on Planéte FM 105.8 (France - Arras - 62) and on Canal FM 94.0 (France - Maubeuge - 59).