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The beginning-1996
The support team for Brooklyn Bounce consists of two producers, remixers and DJs who call Hamburg home:
Matthias 'Double M' Menck and Dennis Bohn. Matthias is a qualified audio engineer, and besides living in Hamburg
also operates his own studio there. He has been able to use his specialized training not only for producing and remixing
work, but also when doing DJ gigs.
Which is why Double M is resident DJ at the Kontor, one of the Hamburg's hottest house clubs, and why he accompanied the Progressive Attack Club Tour last autumn, and why he DJs regularly at many different house clubs and has worked the turntables with the likes of Joe T. Vanelli, Robert Miles, DJ Sneak and Boris Dlugosch.

It was during a DJ job in the Traxx club in Hamburg that he met Dennis Bohn, who was working there as a light jockey. Dennis had been a drummer since age 16 and was playing with various bands when, four years ago, he discovered his love for dance and house music and first tried his hand at DJing. Since then he has been snatched up to do raves, house parties and club work, and he is now a regular feature at the Traxx and Roxx clubs in Hamburg.

Following their first meeting in August of 1995, Dennis and Matthias started "Mental Madness Productions" and scored a chart hit with their first co-production, "Singin' In My Mind", by Boyz R Us. Further productions followed-the latest including Mola Adebisi's "Shake That Body" and the duo have recently done a number of remixes for Solid,
Daisy Dee, Kool And The Gang, Bluntfunkers, Scooter, George Krantz and many others.

Matthias is also mixing the tracks for one of the top compilations in the world of house, Progressive Attack, on which
Dennis and Matthias will be releasing some of their own tracks as well under the names Toxilogic, Harmonic Beats,
Mental Madness and Dolphin Sound.

For the Progressive Attack 4 recording, the idea of producing a lead track was taken up, culminating in
Brooklyn Bounce "The Theme (Of Progressive Attack)". DJs and purchasers of the compilation
were so thrilled by this track that it was decided to release it separately as a single.

Within no time, Brooklyn Bounce "The Theme (Of Progressive Attack)" rose to No. 6 on the German Dance Charts
and became a club favourite which was followed by an incredible sales chart success: "The Theme" peeked at #9 of the
Top 100 singles sales charts. By now, Brooklyn Bounce had started their conquest of the world with chart successes in France, Scandinavia
and many other places. The first album "The Beginning" also became a big success.

The singles had been backed up by high-budget videos featuring the animated front figure "Abuna E."
thereby closing the loop to the Progressive Attack compilation series.

During gigs, Brooklyn Bounce is incarnated by Damon, the "Demon", who can also be seen in the video,
and by Ulrica and Maeva, two go-go girls from Hamburg's Traxx club.

Later in 1997 a single called "The Real Bass" was released and on the 21th of November the second album
called "The Second Attack" was released.
Brooklyn Bounce released a single called "The Music's Got Me", in February of 1998, and it was a cover of an
Bass Bumpers song released in 1992.

Brooklyn Bounce released a song called "Contact" in the fall of 1998. Later Brooklyn Bounce
released an album called "Re-Mixed Collection" which included remixed versions from their
previous albums and singles.

Brooklyn Bounce released a single called "Canda!" in May 1999.

In July, 1999 a 7" Promo called "Hack The Planet" was released. The promo only had a Radio Edit.

On November 12, 1999 the single "Funk U" was released.

Brooklyn Bounce released a promo vinyl in September 2000 called "Tiempo De La Luna".
The promo featured mixes from Hampenberg and BBS DK, just no name a few.
The second single from the new album is "Bass, Beat And Melody" and was released in November 2000.

Also in November a collection called "The Progressive Years" was released. It contains all their hits and some
other songs from their previous albums.

On February 26th, 2001 the single "Born 2 Bounce" was released.

On April 17th, 2001 the album "Restart" was released.

In October/November 2001 they released a remake of U96's hit "Club Bizarre".

On November 26th, 2001 a special edition of "Restart", including a bonus cd, was released.

On June 17th, 2002 the single "Loud & Proud" was released.
The single "Bring It Back" and was released on October 28th, 2002.

The album entitled "BB Nation" was released on November 11th, 2002.

The remix edition of "Bring It Back" was also released in November 2002.

The single "X2X (We Want More!)" was released on November 10, 2003.

The album "X-Pect The Un-X-Pected" was released February/March 2004.
Brooklyn Bounce released their best of-album "Best Of Brooklyn Bounce" on March 29, 2004.

Brooklyn Bounce released the 12" "Crazy" on June 16th.

The single "Crazy" was released on August 9th.

Brooklyn Bounce released the 12" "Crazy (Remixes)" in August.

New from Brooklyn Bounce is the 12" "X-Pect Th Un-X-Pected EP". (DJ Hooligan)

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