Born in Epinal (France) in 1980 from an Sicilian family, Frank Riggio lives now in the south of France, near Toulouse.
Electronic music lover since his childhood, he begins to mix acid music with turntables at the age of sixteen.
At 18, he buys his first hardware and he creates two years later his own label, Sagaloops, who had recognition in the rave and hardtek movement.
From 2000 to 2005, he has produced fifteen EP's, with publication to 1500 items each, and he has also collaborated to other projects on various labels.
In 2005, Frank took a fresh start and wanted to work on other musical style, and then he ended the Sagaloops experience.
The same year he produced illustrative music for french television (Canal+), working for basketball magazines.
Along to these works, and influenced by Amon Tobin, Bonobo or Dj Shadow, he composes cinematic and colorful electronica.
Frank's music is sample-based, and he finds his sources in all kind of musical genres, acoustic or electronic, with a great passion for movie soundtracks, oriental and psychedelic music.
His composition is centered on sample's harmonics, surrounded by great beats. The result is a dense, rich and intense music that can be dark or shiny, but always elegant.