At 21 years young, Will Sparks has cemented his position as the undisputed KING of the globally loved Melbourne sound. Countless original productions have spent weeks inside the Beatport top 10 in addition to signature remixes of global hits such as Robin Thicke’s ‘Blurred Lines’ and The Chainsmokers’ ‘Selfie’.
In his home country he was voted ‘Breakthrough Artist Of The Year’ only to be named the #1 DJ in Australia just 12 months later. Now expanding his horizons, Will Sparks is spreading like wildfire with recent festival appearances at Tomorrowland and TomorrowWorld as well as the announcement of a 50-date 'Bounce Bus' tour of North America and hitting the 250k Facebook fans milestone.
Since his genre-defining track, ‘Ah Yeah!’ hit #3 on the Beatport overall charts at the tail end of 2012, Will Sparks has become unstoppable, hit after hit. Producing original tracks like ‘Catch’, ‘When The Lights Go Out’ and ‘This Is What The Bounce Is’ he garnered the attention of global heavyweight dance label Ultra Records. In the past 2 years alone, he has seen more achievements than most artists see in an entire lifetime.
In celebration of reaching the quarter-million mark, Will gave out a remix of 'Maps' by Maroon Five - a track that gained 500,000 plays in the first week, quickly gaining him support from Tritonal, W+W, R3HAB, Joel Fletcher, DVBBS, Vinai and Dada Life. In the same week - Will was nominated for 'Best Electronic Act' for Australia's prestigious 'The Age music awards.'
Will Sparks has been named one of Billboard Magazine’s most exciting young talents as well as landing himself a residency at XS Las Vegas, a gig at Jay-Z's 'Made In America' festival, a headlining spot at Paradise Ibiza as well as a set at the world’s biggest Electronic Dance Music festival, Tomorrowland.
His SoundCloud page is testament to his phenomenal influence as a producer, racking up millions of plays on a single release alone. With a debut album in the making including collaborations, with some of the biggest names in dance music, this superstar is showing no signs of slowing down any time soon.