10 vintage Aussie dance tracks you’ve forgotten about

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10 vintage Aussie dance tracks you’ve forgotten about

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We’ve scoured through the many walks of Australia’s dance music spectrum throughout the years,  hand-picking a short list of timeless tracks you have likely forgotten about until now. From DJ HMC and PNAU’s sweaty, club jams from the 90’s to the high-energy, pop-fusion releases of Sneaky Sound System and TV Rock that take you back to those early Saturday morning Rage sessions in the mid 00’s; all bases are covered.

Whack on your headphones and join us on this sonic voyage through Australia’s party anthem history. Any tracks you’d add for part 2?

Sonic Animation – Theophilus Thistler (1999)

Muscles  – Ice Cream (2008)

Sneaky Sound System – Pictures (Tonite Only Remix) (2006) 

Itch-E & Scratch-E – Sweetness and Light (1993)

DJ HMC – LSD (1995)

The Aston Shuffle – For Everyone (2007)

TV Rock Vs Dukes of Windsor – The Others (2006)

PNAU – Discone (1998)

Josh Abrahams & Amiel Daemion – Addicted To Bass (1998)

Madison Avenue – Don’t Call Me Baby (1999)

Be sure to drop a comment with your favourite, vintage Aussie dance tracks and we’ll get them down for part 2.


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