Frank is Frank and, people say, Frank can’t be anything but... Frank. What people?... Pundits, WAGS and the sort. Franks style of House music varies widely from tech to 2-step. Borrowing from many genres of EDM and traditional sound palettes. Frank was probably hardwired with a rhythm sense. Seemingly knowing good music from the get-go. Dabbling in radio and mix tapes Frank discovered others agreed with the musical selections of Frank. Eventually leading Frank to discover the raw uplifting power of bass, due to club loudspeaker culture, very much like the traveling dub festival systems in 1970's Jamaica which relied on massive subs and intricate splitting of the sound spectrum with homemade speakers. Copy and paste the Jamaican influence on the emerging 80’s rave scene and we have today the legacy of beat culture. Frank took to House like a Frank-duck to water. Franks electronic influences start with ELP, Gary Neumann, A Flock of Seagulls. Evolved with The Utah Saints, Fluke, The Chemical Bros., Underworld and Coldcut. Modern influences litter a large list from BeatPorts top 100 tech producers. Franks sounds travel from dark to light with the foundation being a solid bassline. Supported by groovy drums and textures that create a space, experienced fully only on the dance floor.