Twisted Audio Podcast #20 – J-DonPosted: Thursday, January 3rd, 2013
For out 20th chapter of the Twisted Audio podcast we decided to bring back one of Melbourne’s favourite old skool Jungle & Drum n Bass DJs, he just got back from the UK and brought back a whole heap of vinyl with him just for you, make some noise for J-Don!
This mix if for all you junglists who live for the rhythm and the vibe that is Jungle, don’t miss out J-Don playing the next Prehistoric Treats party supporting Aphrodite, Micky Finn & Shabba D!
1 DJ Flash – Pulp Fact
2 Knowledge & Wisdom ft Tenor Saw – Ring Da Alarm
3 DJ Rap – I Cant Stop
4 Aphrodite – Beautiful Bass (Dub Remix)
5 IQ Collective – Rebound (DJ Stretch & Bone Remix)
6 E.P.S & 2-Vibe – Big Time
7 Bassface Sashca – The Trumpet (Remix)
8 Knowledge & Wisdom – Teardown
9 Keen – 1,2,3
10 Aphrodite – Listen to the Rhythm Flow (remix)
11 Blackman – Kunta
12 Yazz – Abandon Me (Urban Shakedown Mix)
13 DJ Tonic – Sniper’s Breath
14 The Dream Team – Lion (Ascends Mix)
15 Tom & Jerry – All of My… (Aries Rmx)
16 Tom & Jerry – It Comes a Dime a Dozen E.P (B2)
17 Prototype 001 – Show Me Remix
18 DJ Hype & Ganja Max – Pum Pum Mus Smoke Ganja
19 Unknown (white)
20 Balance Inc – The Herbsman E.P
Prehistoric Treats feat. Aphrodite vs. Micky Finn & MC Shabba DPosted: Tuesday, January 1st, 2013
We know how much Melbourne loves it’s old skool Jungle & Drum n Bass so we’ve gone all out to bring you BOTH label bosses of the legendary URBAN TAKEOVER imprint – APHRODITE & MICKY FINN accompanied by their long time partner in crime MC SHABBA D!!
These dons have been in the game for over two decades and it is hard to find anyone more influential in shaping drum & bass as a genre. They are no strangers to Melbourne either, Now they are back, the original rudeboy jungle duo – TOGETHER!
STRICTLY OLD SKOOL EVENT 1995 – 2005
11th January – 10pm till late
Brown Alley (585 Lonsdale Street, Melbourne CBD)
Gavin King, is the man behind Aphrodite Recordings. It all started way back in the summer of love ’88′ running an Acid House club called Aphrodite, the namesake has been with him since.
Through various chance meetings with DJs Micky Finn and Claudio Giussani, Urban Shakedown was born. Over the years Aphro’s own Aphrodite Recordings and Urban Takeover, a joint lable with Micky Finn followed. The musical progession to Drum n Bass was a natural step over the years through hardcore and jungle.
Aphrodite Recordings is the base outlet for all music with the Aphro signature.
DJ Aphrodite is known for playing out a good vibe that ranges from classics to upfront and exclusive dubplates. Aphro is invited to DJ in countries all over the world.
Micky started DJing in the late eighties and became well known with the advent of the Acid House movement in South London. He was given the name Micky Finn because of his build by mates and friends in the scene. In the early nineties breakbeat and loose jungle techno was filling his record boxes as he travelled the length and breadth oh the UK. Such was the demand for his skills at this time by huge events all around the country he was even strarting to catch private planes between gigs. Micky’s production talents started off with Biting Back – She’s Breaking Up then partnered Gavin and Claudio for Urban Shakedown – Some Justice.
Now Micky travels the world and throws down his vibe in countries like Japan, USA, Australia, Holland, Ibiza, Germany, Finland, Israel and France to name just a few.
MC Shabba D
MC Shabba is a name which has become legendary amongst the livelier, more dancefloor orientated D&B scene. From humble beginnings on the now defunct ‘Rush FM’ with DJ’s such as Funky Flirt, Rusher and Red Ant alongside MC Shockin’, 14 year old Shabba worked his way through the ranks, becoming increasingly popular with listeners and leading to his first booking in 1991, when Shabba first MCed at Outrage at Busbys in Charing Cross alongside the likes of DJ Rap, Hardcore General, Stevie Hyper D etc.
Shabba is one of the scene’s true veterans, having spent the best part of twenty years in the business. In many peoples opinion, one of the greatest lyricists and entertainers the scene has to offer. When you go out to see Shabba, it ain’t just about the lyrics, it’s the way he delivers and the way he hypes up the crowd like no other. Look out for Sticky, Higher Level and Shabba himself coming to a city near you.
TRIBE – NYD Feat. Krafty Kuts vs. A.Skillz, Hospitality Stage + MorePosted: Saturday, December 15th, 2012
As the dawning of a new year approaches, the tribe is growing restless…
The sacred calendar predicts the end of an era, a new beginning, a time for great celebration!
So once more the savages summon the gods of rhythm and dance to hold the greatest festival celebration the land has ever seen!!
January 1st 2013 will see Brown Alley converted once again into a massive three layer tribal themed playground featuring a unique interactive decor setup, cutting edge lighting displays and mind bending visuals.
So come celebrate with your fellow tribesfolk as we welcome the dawning of a new age!!
“TRIBE” – NEW YEARS DAY – BROWN ALLEY ENTIRE COMPLEX
KRAFTY KUTS vs A.SKILLZ (live set)
CAMO & KROOKED
Plus local tribesmen:
+ more to be announced!!
Twisted Audio residents play the Baked Beats launch partyPosted: Friday, December 14th, 2012
A night dedicated to Hip Hop and Glitch..
Featuring one of Australias best known MCs….he’s recorded five albums with Aussie hip hop pioneers The Herd, two albums with Astronomy Class and his solo LP, “Wild Colonial”, released in 2010. He has also featured on the Hermitude’s ‘Alleys to Valleys’ debut album and is best known for penning anthemic tunes such as “77%”, “Put It On Wax”, “Starship Troopers”, “A Bright Tomorrow”, “Only 19″ and the early Oz hip hop breakthrough “Scallops” in 2003. Get ready Melbourne for the return of…
Julez & Manix
JP & Hyina + Must
Harzee & SK
Friday December 21st @ Brown Alley (Cnr King & Lonsdale Street)
Doors open 10pm till late – $15 before midnight / $20 thereafter
Twisted Audio podcast #19 – CtoafnPosted: Tuesday, December 4th, 2012
This month we have one of Melbourne’s top DnB DJs featuring on the Twisted Audio podcast, he’s been mixing for over a decade and supported some of the biggest names in DnB, he is the man behind Collateral Damage and is responsible for some of the heaviest DnB parties Australia has ever seen, introducing Ctoafn!
This is truly a hard hitting mix featuring some of tunes from the biggest and baddest names in the game, strap in people cause this is one ride you can’t stop once the bass drops!
1. Audio – Fringe (Virus)
2. Mefjus & M-Force – Abandon (Breed 12 Inches)
3. Audio – Headroom (Virus)
4. Noisia & The Upbeats – Dust Up (Vision Recordings)
5. Foreign Beggars w/ Tommy Lee – Minds Eye (Mau5trap)
6. Cause4Concern – Alchemist (C4C Recordings)
7. Black Sun Empire & Noisia – Feed The Machine (BSE Recordings)
8. Jade – Lazertag _ Neonlight Remix (Lifted Music)
9. Calyx & Teebee – Heroes & Villans (Ram Recordings)
10. Audio – Creature Comforts (Virus)
11. Current Value – Crusader (Barcode)
12. Forbidden Society – Cobra (Forbidden Society Recordings)
13. Donny – Forgotten Coma (Barcode)
14. Glenn Wilson – Aural Exciter _ The Sect Remix (Subviolenz)
15. Audio & Black Sun Empire – Drizzle (BSE Recordings)
16. Dom & Roland – Strobe (Dom & Roland Productions)
17. Aijii – Overpressure (Dub)
18. Audio – Point of No Return (Virus)
19. Black Sun Empire & Foreign Beggars – Dawn Of A Dark Day (BSE Recordings)
20. Mark Knight & Skin – Nothing Matters _ Noisia Remix (Toolroom Recordings)
21. If These Trees Could Talk – Malabar Front (The Mylene Sheath)