Monkee Supports ShockOne (Viper Recordings)

Posted: Thursday, April 18th, 2013


Inhibit & Hypnosis present


Hot on the heels of his long awaited album “UNIVERSUS,” ShockOne returns to Melbourne to complete the promise of elevating himself with each recording. This is the big one…

Thursday April 25th (ANZAC Day) @ The Liberty Social, Melbourne

Supported by
J.Nitrous / Illusiv (WA) / Monkee / Datura / FA

Tickets available from Moshtix


ShockOne is back in storming form, with his killer debut album ‘Universus’. Australian-born Karl Thomas released his first EP as ShockOne in 2009 which featured the smash hit ‘Polygon’ and the experimental Dubstep anthem, ‘Adachigahara’s Theme’. Since then he has been behind a string of successful singles that have seen Beatport and iTunes number ones, YouTube hits by the millions, as well as support from influential industry tastemakers such as: Triple J, Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, Pendulum, Knife Party, Matrix & Futurebound, Sub Focus, and Chase & Status.

The album opens up with ‘Chaos Theory’, the latest in ShockOne’s array of chart storming singles that he has unleashed on the Bass music community. Having already ranked #1 on iTunes Australia’s dance charts and racking up close to million views on YouTube, Chaos Theory’s screaming basslines and hard hitting beats have already cemented ShockOne’s place as one of Australia’s premiere bass producers. The ascending synths of ‘Chaos Theory’ prevail, while an epic film trailer-voice pushes punters towards the dancefloor.

Next up is ‘Harmonize’, an uplifting D&B workout with an eastern tinge. Grimey undercurrents complement tearing beats, causing severe dancefloor damage. Moving on, we get into ‘Big Bounce’, a funky jolting contrast from the first few tracks of the album. At first, swaggering bass works closely with chopped up funk synths and off beat drum patterns. Then mid-track, we drop into an epic, arpeggiated keyboard solo, displaying subtlety and refinement, before dropping back into the meat of the 4/4 take, on ShockOne’s sound. ‘Lose Control’ doesn’t take much imagination to know where this one is headed. With vocoder vocals leading up to the drop and a funky, head-nodding bassline, watch out for the ‘sign of the horns’ on the dancefloor!

Mid-album is ‘Crucify Me’, an epic D&B adventure with fellow-Australian, Phetsta along for the ride. Successfully released as a two part single in 2011, this mini D&B saga has already been a festival favourite since its release. Next we have ‘Universes’ (with an “e”). Taking its name from the album title, this vocal anthem features the beautiful vocals of ShockOne’s sister, Reija Lee, as well as Phetsta once again on the production collaboration. The frenetic sirens and rap vocals of Kyza instantly alert the listener that ‘Lazerbeam’ is going to be a heavy dancefloor smasher once it drops. Perfectly capturing the sounds of today’s Drum & Bass, this is the
apex predator of 2013!

Switching gears, ‘Infinity’s Silence’ delivers vintage ShockOne in its truest form, with signature chopped up vocals and a bouncy bassline. Taking us into Dubstep territory, ‘Relapse’ features an epic melody and emotive vocals from Sam Nafie. Previously released as a single, ‘Relapse’ has already registered over 1 million YouTube hits since its release. Once again, ShockOne cranks up the energy with ‘Age of Enlightenment’. Destined to be a clap-along favourite at festivals, this one is sure to keep crowd jumping. To finish off the LP, we are softly brought back down to ground level, with a beautiful euphoric outro, ‘Light Cycles’. An epic journey through the cosmos, ‘Light Cycles’ truly shows the range of ShockOne’s producing skills in what will likely be pegged as the crown jewel of ‘Universus’ when all is said and done.


Monkee supports Eptic (Never Say Die, BEL)

Posted: Friday, April 12th, 2013


DAFTWHO? returns after the brain melting Circus Records Showcase to bring you another bass heavy event!

EPTIC (BEL) [Never Say Die Records]

Friday April 19th @ Brown Alley, Melbourne
Doors Open 10pm til late

Supported by
Zayler / Datura / Carmex / Andy Ukhtomsky / Monkee

Hosted by MC JP

$10 Limited Early Bird Tickets available here



19 year old Belgian prodigy, Eptic has been causing a bit of a stir in the bass scene. Since his debut signing to Never Say Die Records with the ‘Like A Boss’ EP that went straight to the top 5 on the Beatport dubstep charts, he instantly proved his caliber, gaining an insight in to just how big this musical personality will get.

Since, he has moved on to collaborate with artists such as Habstrakt which resulted in ‘Ninja Challenge’ that was featured in this year’s Never Say Die and UKF album mixed by SKisM alongside names like Skrillex, Flux Pavilion, Foreign Beggars and more.

With a remix for SKisM under his belt and signings to Ministry of Sound and Sony, his 4.5 million views on YouTube come as no surprise. The 19-year-old wunderkind has been tearing up the systems of some of the best clubs and festivals on the globe with the demand for his appearance at notable promotions rapidly up scaling. No doubt this talented Belgian is becoming a prominent figure in bass music.

Complicit_Dj Press Photo

Twisted Audio Podcast #23 – Complicit

Posted: Saturday, April 6th, 2013

Complicit_Dj Press Photo

Our latest podcast features one of Melbourne’s finest underground producers and DJs, he’s been in the scene for almost a decade now and has recently reemerged to show us he hasn’t forgotten how it’s done!

Tune into a journey through all styles of Drum n Bass with some smooth liquid, deep tech and heavy rollers hand picked by badman Complicit DJ !

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


1 Halogen – Spor
2 Helium – Engage
3 Make Your Choice – Calyx + TeeBee
4 Fallen – Xilent, Susiah
5 First Contact – Rido, Hybris
6 Surge (Original Mix) - S.P.Y
7 Visitation feat. Klute – Klute, Silent Witness, Survival
8 Sabotage – S.P.Y
9 Without You – Seba Remix – Little Jinder
10 Martyr (ft.Spectrasoul) – Break
11 Murderation – Logistics
12 Organiser (Foreign Concept Remix) – SpectraSoul (Foreign Concept Remix)
13 Nostalgia – Seba
14 Distrust – Jubei & Alix Perez
15 The Downward Spiral (feat. MC Woody) – State of Mind
16 Be One of Us – Wickaman, R.V
17 The Downward Spiral (feat. MC Woody) – State of Mind
18 Azura – Villem & Fields
19 Killing Spree – Xilent
20 A Bit Patchy (Sub Focus Remix) – Switch
21 The Joy (Face To Face) – Original Mix – Seba, Kirsty Hawkshaw
22 Crystal Skies feat. Nightshade & Sarah Callander – Logistics
23 I Refuse – Shock One Remix – Netsky
24 Stronger – Sigma
25 Bounce (Zero Method VIP) – Mindscape
26 Understand Ft Sam Wills – Optiv, BTK, Sam Wills
27 By Your Side (Logistics Remix) - S.P.Y (Logistics Remix)
28 Star Guitar (Brookes Brothers Remix) – Shinichi Osawa (Brookes Brothers Remix)
29 Roxy – Nymfo & State of Mind

Rogue Magnetic

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza – Synthetic Symphony album launch!

Posted: Thursday, April 4th, 2013

Rogue Magnetic

Catch Dysphemic & Miss Eliza’s last show before their US tour at the official launch of the album Synthetic Symphony, with a full bill of Melbourne bass music hotness and the mighty Rogue Magnetic Sound System!

Saturday 13th of April @ The Night Owl (33 Elizabeth st. Melbourne CBD)

Support by:

Barron Von Rotton
SK b2b Titus 12
DJ Shkung b2b Bevin Campbell
Rolex Bifta & Mr. Moodie

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza

D&E splice the likes of classical violin, dubstep, glitch hop, drum and bass and hip hop. Their slinky tune ‘Tunnel Vision’ topped the Kiss FM charts, ‘Ramses’ was revered as “bass driven ball bearing dubstep” (Beat magazine) and their 2013 debut album ‘Synthetic Symphony’ has been deemed: “a masterpiece…. the future for next level EDM” (Futurescope) and “a delicate fusion of Classical and Dubstep…the first EP of its kind” (WHOMP TV). They’ve also toured North America in 2012, and supported Nero, Foreign Beggars, Andy C, Tipper, Beats Antique, Antennae, Dov, ill.Gates, Datsik, Plastician and everyone in between. PA-CHOW!

Frequently on the festival circuit and headlining club gigs, Dysphemic & Miss Eliza are a weapon shooting straight into the hearts and ears of dance floors worldwide.

The Synthetic Symphony Tour hits Australia (February-April), America (May-July) and Europe (August) in 2013.

In Session

Twisted Audio residents play In:Session @ Loop Bar

Posted: Tuesday, April 2nd, 2013

In Session

New Grounds Presents IN:SESSION, Liquid/Deep/Dark DnB, Dubstep and Glitch.

The 4th installment returns featuring only the best all Local Line up that Melbourne has to offer! With this also being New Grounds 5th birthday i have friends new and old coming down to join us for one massive night of bass music. Looking forward to seeing you lot there!

New Grounds Presents IN:SESSION

Friday 12th April


Loop. 23 Meyers Pl. CBD

10pm till late


Deep Element b2b Serv
Kymaera b2b Asylum

Hosted by: Mc Harzee

Visuals by Doug Step

Drink Special TBC

See you front and centre.

Dyzlexic & Lickweed support Warpa!nt

Dyzlexic & Lickweed support Warpa!nt

Posted: Tuesday, March 26th, 2013

Dyzlexic & Lickweed support Warpa!nt

Hopskotch records are proud to present:


Support from:

Dyzlexic & Lickweed
Jonny Hooves
Angus Green
Able8 vs. Ghostsoul
Wyldcard & Gunk
Inkstain Pro
Faux Real


Warpaint’s (aka. Sebastian Elkner’s) music carrier began in earnest in 2006 producing for and emceeing with (now defunct) Melbourne hip-hop outfit The Contrast, since then he has also produced beats for Sklang!, Threat Level Orange and most of the upcoming album from Inkstain Pro. His music draws upon influences from many different sources including Jazz, Hiphop, DnB, Glitch, Dub, Dubstep and Blues just to name a few. His debut EP “Burn City Steppa Volume 1″ is a fresh, minimalist arrangement of deep spacial dubstep heavily influenced by the original London future garage sound. Featuring a guest appearance by Melbourne’s Dyzlexic CM on the opening track “Beddageddabeddabeat” Dyz’s rolling flows move smoothly, taking things back to the origins garage style.

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