Frankie Bones

Decades: 1990s 2000s


This veteran New York, USA-based DJ (Frank Mitchell, USA) has completed hundreds of remix and production projects since rising to prominence in the late 80s. Bones made his name as one of the original movers on the New York underground techno scene, alongside his younger brother Adam X and Heather Heart. As a solo artist he enjoyed hits such as ‘Just As Long As I Got You’ (1988) and also worked as Liquid Oxygen, Break Boys (‘And The Break Goes On’), Looney Tunes (‘Just As Long As I Got You’ and ‘Another Place Another Time’) and Lake Eerie (‘Sex 4 Daze’). He has recorded for a number of labels including Nu Groove Records, and in 1990 released the album Dance Madness And The Brooklyn Groove on RCA Records. Recording as Musto And Bones with Tommy Musto, he had success with such tracks as ‘Dangerous On The Dance Floor’ and ‘All I Want Is To Get Away’ and released an album The Future Is Ours in...

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