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Although both talented musicians in their own right, Frankey & Sandrino merged to create a unique take on the house genre. They have gone on to be released under a wide range of labels since first banding together, with their initial productions being released by the likes of Four:Twenty Records and Mood Music in 2010. Their first releases proved the duo were destined for future success.
Since 2010, Frankey & Sandrino have continued to release a multitude of records such as SAVE in 2014 on Dixon and Âme’s Innervisions label. This proved to display their rise in the electronic music community due to their involvement with such notable artists. Yet it was 2015 which posed to be the best year for the pair. Their release of Starchild/Lost kicked them off to a great start on the Zurich-based Drumpoet Community; both songs equipped with hefty melodic build ups. Their most notable record Acamar/Lukida was released in the summer of the same year also on Innervisions and showed to be an anthem for electronic music lovers and festival goers on an international scale.
The pair have continued to upkeep their critical acclaim with the release of Ways of the Sun/Fornax in 2016. Since then, they have started their own label, Sum Over Histories, a huge step for their future impact on the electronic music scene. 2017 has seen no decline in their diligence with the release of Wega/Pollux. ‘Wega’ adopts a new-wave acid style sound that is a true work of talent and innovation. ‘Pollux’ similarly diverts slightly from their usual sound, reminiscent of the inner workings of a computer. The two have proven they can continue to produce truly unique releases and maintain their esteemed reputation.
Described as “Four tracks we will never tire of”, Frankey & Sandrino’s Tracks Of The Day selection displays a truly diverse taste in music. It hints at the fact they acquire the ability not to forget where they emerged from, yet more importantly, where they’re going. Ranging from a synth style release from Etienne Jaumet to Romanian ‘Doina’ music which is extremely nostalgic to Sandrino.