Melbourne Shuffler Documentary Part 3/7

2005. Part 3 of 7 Jack60k. Subscribe. Underground Epidemic Productions ( has produced a ground breaking documentary called the Melbourne Shuffler. Beginning in the late 80s in Melbournes underground party scene, a revolutionary freestyle dance began to grow and has now developed into the most unique and robust dance style since the birth of Breakdancing. Initially grown from the roots of Acid Techno/House music along with back stepping and psychedelic arm movements. The Melbourne Shuffle has no set steps but encourages individuality and imagination, incorporating dance moves from numerous styles such as miming, popping & locking, liquid and breaking. But the basis of the Melbourne Shuffle has traditionally been the footwork either performed sliding left to right, on the spot or in a triangular direction, but is evolving everyday. Known as Rocking to the Melbourne locals the name Melbourne Shuffle has been derived from international DJs, overseas visitors and the media trying to describe this phenomenon. The Melbourne dancers dont dance for competition or to show off but for themselves, for fun and self-expression. Learning by watching other dancers and incorporating variations into their own style they create an individual style representing their own personality. The documentary traces some of the early beginnings of the Shuffle and shows how it has evolved and progressed into what it is today. Interviews with Melbournes dancers old and new; discover why ...

25 Responses to “Melbourne Shuffler Documentary Part 3/7”

  1. chaiderdvl says:

    DJ Frenquecy is so cute !

  2. chaiderdvl says:

    I wanna learn to dance Melbourne shuffler and  praticte at home

    from the
    hard S tyle

  4. great 😀

  5. kimobychoice says:

    i love it.. it tells alot about the danceing, and what shuffling actually is 😀

  6. HDRobot1000 says:

    @zigzag42092 You’ve got guts to reply on a 6month old comment. XD

  7. zigzag42092 says:

    @HDRobot1000 gotta love them girls who love the girls

  8. @HDRobot1000 LOL i replayed that once i was like wait what o_o!!! XD

  9. brooklyninja says:

    Makes me wanna shuffle!

  10. man i need some good pills like back i the day

  11. HDRobot1000 says:

    Did Dj Frequency just kiss that chik in the mouth? “0_o? That’s awsome.

  12. DeathsAces says:

    thanks jack

  13. UndergroundEpidemic says:


  14. @mirkyes I will :]

  15. @zack9456 just keep practicing man every day even if its ten minutes then you get slowly fast enough

  16. I love the melbourne shuffle !

  17. @jack60k dont worry jack. it’s slowly spreading. take comfort in the fact that those people that watched, although little in numbers, appreciated every bit of it.

    -from Singapore.

  18. hayleyluvs2shuffle says:

    its easier when you know the song that you are dancing to very well so you know what types of beats are about to come up.. and being able to recognise the beats to the song and individual parts of the song can be used for speacial moves you can pull off, people love getting complimented, know ing the song that is playing very well makes it so much easier for you.

  19. RubioRaver says:

    Watching this makes me wanna go outside and Jamm

  20. very intressting! I would love to learn how to dance melbourne shuffle.Running man, shuffling and kicking…those three and i would pwnd everyone here XD


  21. I fuking lvoe the guy at 1:26 , its like he suddenly appearsand everyone thinks that he doesnt know to dance and then boom! he has got all the flow smooth as fuck and fuking original
    goota lovve it <3

  22. shufflealpha says:

    2,39 talkage lol

  23. shufflealpha says:

    je le savais ils utilse du talk dans les boites a melbourne poure mieux shuffler lol 5,5

  24. makotoyoshikuni says:

    Just try it slowly at first, imagine there’s a rubber band connecting your hands and your arms should be very loose. Work on it in front of a mirror.

  25. I agree the shufflers are amazing and the music is awesome as well!