Melbourne Bounce | Australia’s Reece Low & Krunk! collide for Overdrive

Posted by on June 10, 2016

After combining forces for a tour of their native lands, Australian producers Reece Low & Krunk! have teamed up the bass heavy, big room ready Overdrive. Transforming the energy of their live sets to the studio – big kicks, epic synths and a ton of energy, Overdrive flaunts the guys’ darker side with its haunting vocal stabs.

Focusing on bringing  fresh twist to the main stage, Low has said We wanted to go for something different, with Krunk! adding We wanted to make something purely for the club. Something tough, energetic, dark n dirty.

Overdrive is out through Sup Girl Records Monday 13th June.

Melbourne Bounce | Will Sparks “Get(s) Lit” On New Track Featuring Lil Debbie

Posted by on November 6, 2015

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After touching down in the U.S. on his “Get Lit” tour, Will Sparks delivers yet another festival anthem. Not too long ago, we saw the Melbourne-based artist release his Timmy Trumpet collaboration, “Roma,” and now he’s quick to the draw with another tune, but this time he’s joined forces with Lil Debbie on vocal duty. “Get Lit” is a quintessential Melbourne bounce track that keeps things larger-than-life with soaring synths, but also bouncy and groovy with a crunchy low-end, and Lil Debbie’s vocals on top to complete the jam. Listen above and see Will Sparks on tour. Buy or stream “Get Lit” here or buy it on Beatport.

Melbourne Bounce | IDEX – Alien Nature

Posted by on January 20, 2015


IDEX back at it again with this high energy track. It has that melbourne bounce keeping you dancing with some impressive synth work to go along with it. This is a must listen and a easy free download to not miss.


Melbourne Bounce | Timmy Trumpet (feat. Savage) – Freaks

Posted by on September 4, 2014


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Real talk all this track is missing is Big Ali, other then that I’m sharing this because it’s thirsty Thursday and if you’re not out partying or know someone that doesn’t want to go out tonight, play this track as loud as possible, and get your freak on, it’s contagious. Shout out to the Aussies Timmy Trumpets and Savage for sending it over, and if you’re trying to get your bounce on, the guys are currently on tour with Will Sparks and Joel Fletcher in the US. Check out the tour dates below!

Beatport:  Timmy Trumpet (feat. Savage) – Freaks 


Melbourne Bounce | Bombs Away & Dan Absent – Samurai Bounce

Posted by on August 25, 2014

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2013 and 2014 has been a revelation worldwide of new genres from deep house to melbourne bounce. Going with that second genre, Bombs Away & Dan Absent come in hot with some industrial electro, mixed together with flute to contrast the vicious yet graceful nature of a samurai. Grab the tune now on Beatport or iTunes, whichever you prefer and stay tuned for more from these guys.

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Electro-House, Melbourne Bounce | TJR ft. Benji Madden – Come Back Down

Posted by on March 7, 2014

TJR featuring Benji Madden - Come Back Down

Melbourne bounce has hit the mainstream of dance music and you can put a lot of the blame or credit on TJR’s shoulders. It is obviously more nuanced than that, but as the sound continues to evolve, TJR’s tracks have been some of the most played in festival sets around the world for the past 12-18 months and it is from a weird, niche genre. His latest sure-fire hit single “Come Back Down” adds male vocals for a bit of a harder rock vibe to the bouncy, agressive bass line that comes with a TJR tune. Expect to hear a lot of this in Miami and beyond.

Beatport: TJR featuring Benji Madden – Come Back Down

Deep House, Melbourne Bounce | Happy Endings – Shy Guy

Posted by on February 17, 2014

Throughout my time studying and traveling here in Europe, I’ve somehow managed to meet heaps of Aussies everywhere I go. I’ll admit I love their company so I don’t mind but at times it makes me wonder if they’re in the works of some secret, global takeover of sorts…. Anyways, today’s first track, “Shy Guy,” was brought to my attention by word of mouth from a Sydney native whom I encountered in my hostel in Berlin last week. I was pleasantly surprised to give it a listen later on and discover that it was in fact worth a second, third, and fourth listen after that. Happy Endings, although lacking almost any kind of background information, seems to be a deep house-producing duo led by Melbourne Bounce star Fat Blake. There’s something unique about this track compared to a lot of other songs from this genre that I’ve been listening to that I can’t quite put my finger on, but that makes me all the more excited to see what they come out with next.