Twisted Audio Residents play the ShifteQ and Sludge Junkies EP launchPosted: Wednesday, January 1st, 2014
Rubix Fridays and Hopskotch Records are proud to bring you a big night of Hip Hop, Glitch, DnB and Bass Music + a double EP launch featuring ShifteQ and the Sludge Junkies.
Lickweed & Dyzlexic
SK & Titus 12
Barron Von Rotton
10th OF JANUARY 2014
RUBIX FUNHOUSE – 36 PHOENIX STREET BRUNSWICK
CAMO & KROOKED “ZEITGEIST ALBUM TOUR” + METRIKPosted: Saturday, December 28th, 2013
Inhibit & Twisted Audio proudly present….
CAMO & KROOKED
“ZEITGEIST ALBUM TOUR”
Camo & Krooked are back with their new album “Zeitgeist”. Two years on and the follow up to “Cross The Line” truly encapsulates the sound of Camo & Krooked 2.0 in the form of an awe-inspiring 15-track package.
Supported by fellow Hospital heavy-hitter Metrik this is already shaping up to be the “must see” event of 2014. it doesn’t get much bigger than this Melbourne!!!
SATURDAY JANUARY 11TH
La Di Da (577 Little Bourke st, Melbourne)
SOULFLEX / JFK / MONKEE / LICKWEED / SWITCHSTATE / ASTERIA / SELBY
CAMO & KROOKED
Camo & Krooked are back with their new album “Zeitgeist”. Two years on and the follow up to “Cross The Line” truly encapsulates the sound of Camo & Krooked 2.0. Already seeing heavyweight DJ support from across the board, “Zeitgeist” is jam-packed with disco, French house and minimal influences, which are merged together with the signature Camo & Krooked sound to form an awe-inspiring 15-track package. The album also features key collaborations with fellow Hospital star Metrik and Norwegian indie-electronic duo Lemâitre
Austrian duo Reinhard Rietsch and Markus Wagner, otherwise known as Camo & Krooked have quickly become one of the hottest production outfits in Europe. Working together since 2007 they were soon being hailed as “one of the biggest talents in Drum + Bass” by the mighty Grooverider and have gone on to fulfil this accolade since signing to Hospital Records in 2010, winning not one, not two, but three awards in the Drum & Bass Arena Awards 2011 for “Best Producer”, “Best Video” and “Best Album”.
The Viennese pair have created a whirl of dancefloor anthems since they emerged onto the scene a few years back. On Hospital Records they have have brought us soulful, sultry tracks like massive hit single “Turn Up The Music” alongside raw power of smashers like “Climax” and in autumn 2011, they released their first album on Hospital “Cross The Line”; a fourteen-track rollercoaster ride of emotions, veering between polished vocal-led beauties to filthy tear-out monsters, which firmly establishes Camo & Krooked outside the D+B sphere, as they delve into dubstep, drumstep, electro-house and everything in between. This was teed it up with lead single “All Fall Down (feat. Shaz Sparks)” and “Make The Call (feat. TC)” and later followed up by the release of the title track “Cross The Line (feat. Ayah Marar)”.
Autumn 2011 also saw the birth of Camo & Krooked *LIVE* – an amazing, multi-sensory show, featuring the pair perched inside an LED-lit cage using iPads and various MIDI-controllers to rearrange and modify their recent hits and trigger visuals, with album vocalists Ayah Marar and TC featuring, plus Messy MC hosting. Designed and built by Justin from Meno TV, Camo & Krooked *LIVE* was taken around the UK on an Autumn Hospitality tour before the duo took it overseas to their native Austria and the rest of Europe.
2012 has seen the release of their remix album “Between The Lines” which features re-works of “Cross The Line” cuts by a range of producers including Metrik, Mefjus, Subwave, BCee and more. The boys have also had their music featured on some high profile computer games and are busy working on their next album. Hold tight for more to come from this explosive duo!
Tom Mundell a.k.a Metrik is a London based DJ / producer who has been blowing the scene to pieces with his euphoric, rave-inspired productions. Already clocking up a sizeable back catalogue of releases on labels such as Viper Recordings, Spearhead and Shogun Audio, he signed exclusively to Hospital Records in October 2012.
Known for impressing crowds across the UK, Europe and across the world with his peaktime dancefloor tunes featuring big hooks and catchy melodies, Metrik has certainly captured the imagination of many fans already and will undoubtedly continue to do so in the coming months and years. With diverse tastes ranging from Eric Prydz to Incubus, Pink Floyd to The Prodigy, Metrik’s love of music doesn’t stop there. An avid fan of 80s synth music, film music as well as dance music across the board, his influences span house, techno, trance, rock, soul, classical and 80s synth music.
Metrik’s first big break was in 2008, when he debuted with Your World (Instrinsic) which became an overnight liquid funk anthem / considered a classic by many (or something similar!) although it wasn’t until the next release that he was catapulted into the spotlight when his track “Technicolour” gained Radio One support from Annie Mac and Zane Lowe and was also used as a sound bed for Barack Obama’s victory speech on Radio One! Following this came a slew of singles and EPs with notable releases including the sci-fi inspired “Between Worlds EP” (Viper, 2011) and most recently the smash hit “Freefall” (Viper, 2012) as well as remixes of Prydz, John B, Camo & Krooked, Ayah Marar, Rockwell, DJ Fresh, Dirtyphonics and many more.
With his recent signing to Hospital, we are all very excited about the future for Metrik. Stay tuned.
Twisted audio residents play the Rubix NYE party with Headflux (UK)Posted: Tuesday, December 24th, 2013
Words cant express what an awesome year its been for us down here at Rubix and Tetris HQ. But who needs words when we can throw a party to showcase all the incredible people we’ve been working with, for all the different crews that have been partying in the warehouse and for those who are yet to experience the Rubix Funhouse magic.
Rubix Funhouse Melbourne (36 Phoenix St, Brunswick)
3pm – 3am
$20 on the door
Indoor half pipe for the skaters
Outside garden and 3 ROOM
The best of the best glitch hop, breaks, drum n bass, live music, minimal tech, hip hop, funk and soul.
MEN IMITATING MACHINES
MUSKA FT NIXIE ON VOCALS
PLUS MORE TBA
Tribe Festival 2013 – TICKETS ON SALE NOW !Posted: Tuesday, December 24th, 2013
Release your primal instincts this summer!!
Return to a primitive time when rhythmic drums rumbled through the vast jungle and moved the savage tribes in a collective of hypnotic dance.
Brown Alley will be transformed into a massive 3 level jungle themed environment, featuring a unique customized stage layouts, cutting edge lighting displays and mind bending 3D mapping & visuals.
Be prepared Melbourne as we kick off the New Year with arguably one of the biggest broken beat lineups of 2013!!
TRIBE – DECEMBER 27th – BROWN ALLEY (585 LONSDALE ST. MELBOURNE CBD)
**THIS EVENT WILL SELL OUT**
Twisted Audio residents play the Brunswick Breakup warehouse partyPosted: Monday, December 23rd, 2013
36 Phoenix St Brunswick
DUB FX // KODIAK KID // ADRIANS WALL SOUND SYSTEM // SNAREOPHOBE (uk) // C:1 // MUSKA // SK // LICKWEED // DJHI (uk) // JAMIMA JONEZ // BASTIAN KILLJOY // SKIPONE // NICOLAI BERGHAN + more TBA
Xmas isn’t really our thing so we’re throwing an end of work break up party instead. We’re inviting the whole of Brunswick and all our friends from far and wide to come and officially knock off with us in usual funhouse form, transporting you to a magical world of all things awesome.
- With 3 rooms of hip hop, reggae, glitch hop, techno, DNB, funk, and live mcs
- 2 bars
- Ride the half pipe
- JIm’s Burgers from 3pm
- Naughty & nice dress up
- Clothes swap wardrobe
- Photo booth
- Outdoor chill area
Beats will be on from 2pm in the new SunBar and will keep your limbs swingn till 3am.
Best of all ITS FREE!!!!!! (dj donations at the door)
Twisted Audio Podcast #31 – FoxleyPosted: Sunday, December 1st, 2013
We are honoured to introduce our Homegrown FreQs 2013 national champion, hailing from QLD it’s none other than Foxley!
Foxley amazed us all at this year national DnB mixing competition with his quick and tight mixing skills, originality and musical choice, this podcast is no different, Foxley takes us on a musical journey through the full spectrum of Drum n Bass and Breaks as he gets ready to smash the dance-floor at this years Tribe Festival supporting some of the world’s biggest broken beat artists, enjoy the ride…
1. Camo & Krooked – Armageddon
2. Gridlok, Prolix – Slingshot
3. Dom & roland – Mind Feeders
4. Neonlight & Receptor – 800 Pound Gorilla
5. Wilkinson – Casino
6. S.P.Y – Pressure Drop
7. Spectrasoul – Hearts
8. Blu Mar Ten – In Your Eyes (ft. Agne Genyte)
9. Chris.su – Together In The Night (ft. Mira)
10. MC Lowqui, Dabs, Safire – Hideout
11. Audio – Bag Of Bones
12. Wilkinson, P Money, Arlissa – Heartbeat (Calyx & TeeBee Remix)
13. Mind Vortex – Gravity
14. S.P.Y, Fierce – Fury
15. Telekinesis – Judgement Day
16. Audio – Headroom VIP
17. Dom & Roland – Cigars N Money
18. K Tee, Friction – Jupiter (Mefjus Remix)
19. Dom & Roland – Capsicum
20. Gridlok, Dom & Roland – London’s Burning (Prolix Remix)
21. Mindscape – Bounce (Zero Method VIP)
22. Memtrix – Limelight
23. Maduk – Feel Good
24. ShockOne – Polygon (Dirtyphonics Remix)
25. Freefall Collective – Ganjaman (Deekline’s Swagger Jackin VIP Mix ft. Rubi Dan)
26. Stanton Warriors – Where’s The Beef ?
27. Bart B More – The Box (Marten Hørger Edit)
28. Stanton Warriors – Bodywork
29. Deekline, Ed Solo, Hardy Hard – Can’t Hide It
30. Tantric Decks – You Just Lost The Game ft Matt Roland (B-Phreak Remix)
31. SonicAnimation – Punk On The Dance Floor (Sangers & Ra Remix)
32. Nero – Me & You (Marten Hørger Edit)
33. Nero – Me & You (Dirtyphonics Remix)
34. Teddy Killers – Violcence
35. Dom & Roland – Strobe
36. Black Sun Empire – Don’t You (State of Mind Remix)
37. Trei – Swingers
38. DC Breaks – Burning
39. Wilkinson – Crunch
40. Frankee Wonderland
41. Flame – Let Me Feel
42. Nu:Logic – Start Again ft. S.P.Y
43. Optiv, BTK – Picture Perfect
44. Dose – Simultaneous
45. Dom & Roland – Tajitsu
46. S.P.Y – Bloodshed
47. Marten Hørger – L.G.F.U. (Hashtag Gurner Remix)
48. Andy C – Haunting
49. John B & Code 64 – The Journey (Metrik Remix)
50. Camo & Krooked – Wknd
51. Chris.su & State of Mind – The Burning
52. Mob Tactics – Grotbags