Brynny has fast become an important fixture on the Melbourne Bounce scene. Hailing from the Mornington Peninsula, it was only a matter of time before the wunderkind’s passion for all things music and bounce saw him venturing into the city – and once he arrived his enthusiasm and talent was on display for all to see.
Brynny brings a musical understanding to the table which is impressive for his young age. His melody-driven bounce sets have found favour with a more commercial crowd who’s not afraid to have fun. However, don’t write him off as a one trick pony, Brynny might have pioneered his own inimitable kick bass sound, but his more mid-tempo, glitch-hop, dubstep and complextro-inspired productions has also gathered him fans across the world.
His bootlegs have become legendary dance floor weapons, and his original productions, like the 2016 Ministry of Sound release ‘I Want It All’, always manage to cause quite the stir. With combined 30 millions plays across all social media platforms, It really is easy to see why the likes of Will Sparks, New World Sound, Mashd N Kutcher and J-Trick call themselves fans of his work.
With regular DJ bookings globally, it is safe to say that Brynny’s strength doesn’t just lie in his productions. He is a resident at Adelaide club HQ, Candy’s in Sydney, and Melbourne’s home of bounce music, Cloud Nine. He can also add Stereosonic, and Goodlife Festival to his portfolio alongside international bookings to the 2016 editions of Creamfields festival in the UK, and Europe’s Ultra Music Festival in Croatia. With club tours of the UK, Indonesia and South Korea completed, Brynny also became the first Melbourne Bounce act to be invited to tour South Africa.
It is no surprise to hear that Brynny has polled two years in a row as one of Australia’s 20 most popular Djs (Inthemix Top 50 DJ poll 2015 and 2016). The artist is primed to establish a career on a global scale. He really is ready to conquer the world.