Earth Festival

Twisted Audio residents play Earth Festival – November 2013

Posted: Monday, October 21st, 2013

Earth Festival

4 day celebration of beats and bass in the beautiful Victorian bush. Friends, good music, massive soundsystem and camping. It doesn’t get any better :)



Patch (Adelaide)
MC Pab (Adelaide)
Kodiac Kid
Heartical Hi-Fi Outernational
Stryka D
System Unknown Soundsystem
Adrian’s Wall
Matty Blades
Battlecat AKA Blue MD
Psybus Cafe Soundsystem DJ’s


Bass Music awards

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza – Hungarian Dance is nominated for Best Inventive Bass Single

Posted: Sunday, October 20th, 2013

Bass Music awards

Dysphemic & Miss ELiza’s tune Hungarian Dance has been nominated for the ‘Best Inventive Bass Single’ in the Bass Music Awards!
Along side some massive names – VOTE FOR THEM ON THIS LINK (PAGE 6)

Homegrown freqs - 2013

Homegrown FreQs 2013 – National Finals

Posted: Thursday, October 10th, 2013

Homegrown freqs - 2013

Twisted Audio’s ‘Homegrown FreQs’ is back again for another year to uncover Australia’s freshest untapped talent. Once again we’ve teamed up with some of the most respected crews from around the country to bring you the opportunity to showcase your skills and for one DJ to be crowned Australia’s Homegrown FreQ for 2013!

This year we have 5 LIVE regional heats in major capitals around Australia, each regional winner will be flown to Melbourne to compete in the ‘Homegrown FreQs’ national final. The 2013 champion will also be flown back to Melbourne for a set at Tribe Festival alongside some of DnB’s biggest names!

National finals:

1st of November
Brown Alley (585 Lonsdale st. CBD Melbourne)

Judges: Cubist (Colours Recordigs, Kiss FM), Meltdown (Anodyne Audio, Kiss FM) , Mercenary (Homegrown FreQs 2010 national Winner)
Support by: Lickweed & Monkee
Hosted by: Dyzlexic CM
Visuals by: Dougstep

The 2013 Homegrown FreQs national finalists are:

VIC – JChau
QLD – Foxley
SA – Dubs
WA – Maker
NSW – Capture


C:1, Lickweed and MC Harzee play the Wobble Fright Night

Posted: Wednesday, October 9th, 2013


Wobble presents FRIGHT NIGHT PART 2.

Fright Night part one saw gremlins, ghouls and witches mix with aliens, robots and freaks as they took the stairs down to the Night Owl basement to shake their booties and share their stories of horror and love. This month we are set to do it all again. So, wear your midnight bests as we journey to the other side. With special guest Snareophobe (UK), Wobble residents and Heartical Hi Fi Soundsystem.

Snareophone (UK)
MC Wasp
MC Harzee
MC Toxman

Saturday 19th October 2013. The Night Owl. Flinders Court CBD. 10pm to 7am. $15. Decor by Lava of the Butterflies. Visuals by Titanic Tee Party. Powered by Heartical Hifi.


Twisted Audio Podcast #29 – Monkee

Posted: Tuesday, October 1st, 2013


Our brand new podcast is brought to you by our resident DJ Monkee who specialises in blending all styles of Drum n Bass into a perfectly executed mix of everything deep, techi, dark and funky.

This mix is no different so get downloading and enjoy the ride…

Download all the Twisted Audio podcast chapters & Subscribe to the Twisted Audio Podcast on iTunes

Make sure to catch Monkee supporting Mefjus on the 18th of October at Brown Alley!


1. Scaring A Monkey – Harlow Sound Archives (Monkee Remix)
2. Sewer Run – Fourward
3. Tactix – Dj Hazard
4. Diplodocus – Noisia (The Upbeats Remix)
5. Enemy of the State – Konichi
6. Kicked To Death – Break
7. Blunt – Mefjus, Insideinfo
8. Twisted – Misanthrop, Phace, Mefjus
9. Distantia – Mefjus
10. Signalz – Mefjus
11. Cypher – Kasra, Mefjus
12. Inclination – Mefjus, L 33
13. Micro Organism – Noisia, Phace
14. Moon Clouds – Misanthrop
15. Far Too Close – Mefjus
16. Signal Drop (VIP) – Joe Syntax
17. All The Things – Nu:Logic
18. Amazon – Paimon, Place 2 B
19. Bad Ass – Aphrodite, Mickey Finn
20. The Things – Rido, Hybris
21. Echo – Ed:it
22. Shadowdancer – Enei, Nphonix
23. You Skream – Original Sin
24. F**k It Up – Hamilton
25. Schizophrenia – Tyke, Prestige
26. Displaced – Noisia
27. Limber – Maztek
28. Data – Infiltrate
29. Duct Tape – Mutated Forms
30. Mythos – Mefjus, Insideinfo
31. Timekeeper – Ulterior Motive, Judda
32. Global Love – High Contrast

ReneLavice (1)

Monkee supports Rene LaVice & Mind Vortex (RAM Records)

Posted: Tuesday, September 17th, 2013

ReneLavice (1)

With an abundance of extra sound, lighting, lazers and décor, we return to Brown Alley for an unforgettable night of world class D&B dedicated to new artists from the legendary Ram Records. Catch musical prodigies RENE LaVICE & MIND VORTEX on their debut Australian tour, these guys have been behind some of the biggest dancefloor tunes of 2013 with plenty more on the release schedule for later this year.

Now fresh off the back of MIND VORTEX’s tear out beatport #1 ‘Gravity’ EP…prepare your dancing shoes as we gear up for a night of bass vibes and good company!

RENE LAVICE (Ram Records: CAN)

MIND VORTEX (Ram Records: UK)

Supported by some of the finest local talent..

Soulflex & JFK


Cam Brodie





Hailing from Toronto, Canada, Rene LaVice made his drum & bass debut in 2009 on Canadian label Stride Recordings. Infused with four tracks of early LaVice magic, ‘The Future’ EP promised great things, while subsequent singles, collaborations and remixes delivered on those promises and gained attention from record labels across North America and Europe.
His work with veteran producer and fellow Canadian Gremlinz led to remix work on Bad Concept Records and New World Ordio and a release on DSCi4′s ‘Amen Warfare’ LP. This was swiftly followed by more local attention as another of Canada’s biggest exports, John Rolodex, took notice of Rene’s talent and recruited the budding newcomer as a key member and intricate part of his Machinist Music imprint.

As the buzz and hype about this exciting producer began to grow, tastemaker DJs began to regularly support Rene LaVice’s tracks in their sets. From DJ Marky and Sub Focus to Total Science, A Sides, Sigma and TC, the 175bpm elite began to push LaVice’s music and none so hard as Ram Records boss Andy C.
Rene LaVice’s Ram Records debut, ‘Headlock,’ was released on the ‘Dimensions 5’ EP, part of a series that showcases not only Ram’s commitment to diversity, but also to the freshest talent around. Lauded by the likes of Nick Grimshaw on BBC Radio 1, ‘Headlock’ is a defining moment in LaVice’s musical career. A track that insists you take notice, simultaneously packed with subtle references to the golden era of drum & bass while sprinkled liberally with a fresh and exciting outlook on the music we all know and love.
Following the huge success of ‘Headlock,’ Ram Records offered Rene LaVice an exclusive recording contract which will see the young producer catapulted to the highest echelons of the D&B world. While the scene waits with baited breath for his follow up, you can be assured that this impressive and forward-thinking artist will not disappoint.


Since signing to Ram Records, Mind Vortex have gone from strength to strength, steadily carving their way through the ranks of DnB producers. Their debut single Now it’s Time and Hotbox went straight in at number 1 in the BBC 1xtra’s DnB Chart, with Hotbox remaining number 1 on the Beatport drum and bass chart for over 3 weeks. After being play listed on BBC Xxtra, the single received widespread radio support from the likes of Zane Lowe, Trevor Nelson, Fearne Cotton, Dj Hype, Mistajam, Crissy Criss, to name just a few. Since then they’ve remixed for the likes of Don Diablo on Sony, and Camo & Krooked on Hospital, and have been in high demand for their high energy DJ sets all over the UK and Europe, and have proudly formed part of the Ram XX tour. On the horizon, the next Mind Vortex installment is due very soon, and be sure to catch them at the Ram label nights at Fabric for sneak previews of upcoming releases.

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