In a time where EDM has been seemingly invaded overnight by a plethora of barely legal production prodigies, Krunk! commands the ears and eyes of DJ’s across the planet. Between climbing the beatport charts with releases on Ultra, Dim Mak, Dirty Dutch, Big Beat and Ministry Of Sound, the Adelaide native has been raising hands and heartbeats across Australia’s biggest spots, headlining club shows and holding down support sets at Future Music Festival and Sterosonic.
In the midst of touring the terrain, the burgeoning talent has been refining and developing his now trademark musical style; a combination of melodic breakdowns and pace maker shattering drops, forming into post-Melbourne, festival ready big room sound. Quickly captivating the attention of those in the know, Krunk!’s production prowess is world renown, popping up in sets from Showtek, Henry Fong, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, Vinai, Chuckie, Steve Aoki, Laidback Luke, Sick Individuals, Sidney Samson, Dyro, Danny Howard, Tiesto and more.
Krunk!’s first foray into original releases, Hey Ho (Ultra) became a viral hit in Europe, climbing to #1 on the Belgium Dance charts, and became his first Beatport number one. Barely taking a breath, Krunk! unleashed collaborations with Uberjak’d (Kuzantip – Dim Mak), Kronic (3 Percent – Sup Girl) and Chuckie (Vamonos – Dirty Dutch), in between banging out remixes for the likes of Ivy Levan, Uberjak’d and Reece Low, Chuckie, Sunday Funday, Tigerlily and The Only, and topping the ARIA Club Charts with his take on I Am Sam & Archie’s “Firefly”
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