Whether putting out reverberating minimal techno, lush and warm deep house, or sprinkling some of that freaky deaky over unmistakable wax gems from his mighty archives, DJ 'Freaky Frank' Clementi's treats & beats will bring you to the floor craving for more and more.

REVIEW: DJ Frankie Bones – Factory 303

– PREFACE:  RAVE HISTORY 101 In 1989, on a trip to London I walked into the Hippodrome one night (Europe’s biggest club at the time) expecting to hear DJ’s spinning London Freestyle or House.  What I experienced instead, was my first all-night rave with DJ’s spinning Acid-House and Techno wax mixed with beats until...