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, and 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 has now begun to pioneer his own inimitable kick bass sound, gathering fans across the spectrum, with his more mid-tempo, glitch hop, dubstep and complextro inspired productions having a well established cult following. Calling the likes of Will Sparks, New World Sound, Mash n Kutcher and J-Trick fans of your work is no mean feat, and a definite statement to his talent which has seen him become a resident at Adelaide’s HQ, Candy’s in Sydney and Melbourne’s home of bounce music, Cloud Nine. The bookings have come in thick and fast, adding Stereosonic, Goodlife and many international gigs to his portfolio, including Glasgow, Indonesia & South Korea.
HEY, YOU ARE RELEASING YOUR NEW SINGLE ‘DON’T SAY YOU LOVE ME‘. HOW DID YOU CREATE THIS?
Don’t say you love me was an awesome project to make happen. The original idea was just a solid chord progression, filled with lots of summer vibes, inspired by a few beautiful days we’ve been having in Melbourne, and the idea just built on from that. A really catchy timeless melody was what really fun to work with.
WHAT DOES THIS RECORD SAY ABOUT YOUR MUSICAL EVOLUTION AS AN ARTIST?
Don’t say you love me is only one tune in a series of music this style that I’ve been working on. I think it shows a lot more maturity in my sound along with a diversity of taste. I love all kinds of music so it was fun to do something a little different this time.
WILL WE STILL HEAR SOME OF YOUR SIGNATURE ‘KICK BASS’ STYLE THAT YOUR FANS ADORE?
Absolutely ! They are my roots and I have plenty of upcoming records in that style for people to look forward to 🙂
THE TRACK IS FEATURED ON AUSTRALIA’S NEW MUSIC FRIDAY SPOTIFY PLAYLIST. HOW IMPORTANT IS STREAMING TO YOU?
Firstly, very grateful to be featured on any of Spotify’s big playlists!
Streaming is important to me because in recent times Spotify has become part and parcel of everyday life. I’m focused on making sure the fans can always have an avenue to listen to my music and at the moment Spotify is KILLING IT!
WHO ARE SOME DJ’S AND PRODUCERS YOU ADMIRE AND WHO ARE SOME ARTISTS YOU’D LIKE TO WORK WITH IN THE FUTURE?
I love Reece Low’s work; he has been one of my favourites for a long time! I guess I haven’t really thought about who I’d like to work with in the future, I’m just taking everything as it comes I guess!
WHAT MADE YOU WANT TO BE A DJ?
When I was young, I think I had just about every hobby there was, but none of them were for me. I was never keen on sports, never a big achiever, and felt for years that I’d be stuck not being good at anything. That was until I turned 13. I saw a movie about a Dj who lost his hearing to loud music and drug abuse. The scenes from the movie really inspired me, the way he could control the crowd, and how he was almost worshiped by the people really sold the whole idea for me. Being in Melbourne, the ever growing “Melbourne Bounce” trend grew on me, and old school Wah podcasts from Stevie Mink, Kalus, and forum music really got me interested.
WHO ARE YOUR BIGGEST INFLUENCES?
My three biggest influences would have to be Knife Party, Kill The Noize and Reece Low. These three producers have such an original but varied sound. Knife party continue to raise the bar on heavy sounds, crazy, kinda angry music, the vibe they give is so crazy you can just get lost in it. And Reece Low, because of his consistency and his ability to grow as an artist. He definitely does not get the recognition he deserves for his originality.
FAVORITE CLUB GIG TO DATE?
Would have to have been when I played at Cloud Nine 1-2am in the basement vs Ethan Foreman. Playing two hours before Coming Soon was such a great opportunity, and the place was packed as per usual. I also had a really great response to all of my original tunes and bootlegs that I played, which is always awesome.
WHAT DOES THE FUTURE HOLD?
More releases, more originals. I’m going to be sticking to a consistent blend of Complextro Bounce in which I am trying to establish as my own genre.
CAN YOU DESCRIBE WHAT COMPLEXTRO BOUNCE IS FORE THOSE WHO DON’T KNOW?
Complextro Bounce is basically a blend of Melbourne Bounce and Complextro. (Its in the name really) It’s basically structured like Melbourne Bounce with the catchy bouncy melodies but involves lots of Complextro style, leads and breaks. The two surprisingly go great together.
WHAT’S SOMETHING PEOPLE MIGHT NOT KNOW ABOUT YOU?
Ummm, I froff acoustic covers and the odd piece of hardcore music.
WORD ON THE STREET IS YOU’RE A BIT OF A LADY KILLER, CARE TO EXPAND?
Hahahaha gold! Well life’s to short to be having nothing but fun, and I suppose the answer to this depends on who you are. Some of my friends might believe that I have natural luck with the ladies, but if you ask some of the girls I’ve been with, well, you’ll get a completely different answer. so, don’t ask them.