Twisted Audio Podcast #12 – Illusiv & Dvise (Inhibit, WA)

Posted: Saturday, April 28th, 2012


This month it is our pleasure to have our brothers from Inhibit in Perth host the Twisted Audio podcast, Illusiv & Dvise have been supporting some of the world’s biggest DnB producers and now it’s their chance to show us how it’s done over in the west coast!

Be sure to check out this mix to get you amped for the Sub Zero and MC Eksman gig on the 12th of May @ the Laundry bar where we will have Illusiv & Dvise showing their skills live behind the decks!

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1) Get Dirty – Camo & Krooked ft. TC (Smooth remix)
2) Bring Back The Glory – Zardonic & Voicians
3) Tommy’s Theme – Noisia (Loadstar remix)
4) Stars – High Maintenance ft. Tali
5) Cross The Line – Camo & Krooked ft. Ayah Marar (Metrik remix)
6) Run Riot – Camo & Krooked (SUB ZERO remix)
7) Nightmare – Mediks
8) Revolution – Zardonic & Counterstrike
9) Like This – Slogun & iOh
10) Breach – Kove
11) Why Can’t You See – SUB ZERO, Grimm & Supreme Being
12) Got To Be There – High Maintenance
13) Pressure – KT Forrester & Dukebox (Mattix & Futile remix)
14) Follow your voice – DTX
15) Just A Thought – Grafix & Fred V ft. Reija Lee
16) Timeless – Smooth
17) Hotbox – Mind Vortex – Ram
18) Contact – Rollz – Formation
19) Space time – Delta Heavy – Ram
20) Stand up – Friction vs Camo & Krooked Ft Mc Dynamite (Sigma Remix) – Shogun audio
21) Chubrub – Ed Rush and Optical – Virus
22) Tarantula – Pendulum Ft Mc Spyda – Breakbeat Kaos
23) Your Flex – Sub Zero – Playaz
24)Flesh and Bone – Emalkay Ft Ron Azlan ( Delta Heavy Remix ) – Dub Police
>>> Swamp thing – Sub Focus – Ram
25) Lazertag – Jade ( Neonlight Remix ) – Lifted
26) Deep in my Heart – Hamilton – Ram
27) Wipeout – Trei and Concord Dawn – Uprising
28) If we ever vip – High Contrast – Hospital
>>> Natural Disaster – Laidback Luke vs Example ( Andy C Remix ) – Ministry Of Sound
29) Every Song – Sarah Cruz ( Crystal Clear Remix ) – Glisten
>>> Brainstorm – Hamilton – Ram

DJ Fresh & MEssy MC - Live at Twisted Audio

DJ Fresh & Messy MC – Live at Twisted Audio

Posted: Sunday, April 15th, 2012

DJ Fresh & MEssy MC - Live at Twisted Audio


Twisted Audio residents support METRIK (Viper Recordings, UK)

Posted: Saturday, April 14th, 2012


\\\Straight UP! Presents///


Friday 27th April @ Royal Melbourne Hotel

Early Bird tickets available here

After a bangin’ party last month the Straight UP crew are back at Royal Melbourne to bring you another night of bass-heavy vibes alongside METRIK (Viper Recordings, UK).

With extra sound, lighting and decor, it’s safe to say we will be raving until sunrise once again. See you on the dancefloor crew!

Supported by Twisted Audio residents & more:

Tommy Dub
Rick Dirk

Hosted by MC’s Altezz & JP

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Posted: Tuesday, April 10th, 2012

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Some kind of Easter magic was going on at Brown Alley. Normally, in Melbourne, you won’t see a crowd until midnight. But for some reason, there was a respectable sized dance floor from the moment the doors opened. For a Sunday night, what was happening at the Twisted Audio/All City Bass joint event should have been impossible. Such is the magic of DJ Fresh.

Early DJs like Raider and Meltdown reaped the benefits of this early crowd magic. Meltdown in particular unleashed an impressive set, full of harsh, tasty beats. Definitely worth a mention was the reaction to DJ Dose’s Beneath the Surface. Meltdown’s tracklist was full of these lesser-known gems, but the crowd reacted like they were big name hits.

Speaking of big names, Cubist, one of Melbourne’s major players in the drum and bass scene and head of Wobble, played an awe-inspiring set. Earning serious purist brownie points by rocking it on vinyl, Cubist played a set that was on another level technically. While the minor faux pas of playing the headliner’s track was committed when Ice Cream was dropped, the crowd’s reaction more than covered for it.

Speaking of massive reactions, New Zealand’s drum and bass kingpin Deall’s set was full of them. The crowd had packed itself into the venue by this stage, fully charging every reaction. With his original, Freak, Deall had the crowd bouncing up and down like a bunch of crazed Easter bunnies.

Also keeping the crowd bouncing was the surprise guest Dub FX. At times, the legendary MC worked so well with Deall you would swear the appearance was planned. The times that they were only 90% together only went to show that it wasn’t. Massive kudos must be given to whoever set the mix for the microphone for the MC’s. It was literally perfect: loud enough to give the MC the spotlight when they wanted it, quiet enough to remain complimentary to the mix underneath them.

The next MC up was Messy MC alongside the man himself: DJ Fresh. Surprisingly, Fresh led with his massive hit Louder. In fact, DJ Fresh’s set would be considered commercial by the night’s standard, going so far as to play Calvin Harris. DJ Fresh is one of the most skilled mixers out there – his tune selection may not have kept his original fan base happy, but the rest of the crowd went absolutely crazy. Two brand new, unreleased tracks were played, both of which are monstrously powerful. However, the high point definitely sits on Killing in the Name Of. No one expected it and, on top of the hardcore dubstep DJ Fresh was playing, it sent the crowd colliding off of each other as they formed a serious mosh-pit. The crowd loved the set, even getting on top of each other’s shoulders at one stage to get a better look.

The crowd also loved the vs set from Monkee and Lickweed. These two guys were responsible for the night itself and, as such, knew their crowd perfectly. The real killer was Noisia’s Diplodocus (High Contrast Remix). Thanks to these guys, the crowd didn’t even dwindle after DJ Fresh finished; letting them enjoy the benefits of all their work paying off.

Also enjoying himself is Melbourne’s kingpin of all things distorted: Zayler. There are very few people that can hold a crowd until five in the morning on a Sunday, but not only is Zayler one of them, he should be made their king after his set. He kept the still decent sized crowd there right up until the final note of Time to Pretend (High Contrast Remix).

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Twisted Audio Podcast #11 – Deall & Harzee

Posted: Friday, March 30th, 2012

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Taking control of the April 2012 Podcast are the duo of Deall & Harzee with some old skool and new skool DnB, Jungle and everything in between.

Deall is famous for his lightning quick mixing skills and Harzee is the MC that bring the party to life, a banging mix by some of Twisted Audio’s finest.

Don’t miss this duo supporting DJ Fresh at Brown Alley this Easter Sunday – Large up!

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Track list:

1. Calibre & High Contrast – Mr Majestik
2. SPY – Hotspot
3. Krome and Time – Ganja Man (SPY & Total Science remix)
4. A-Sides – Roots & Culture
5. Twisted Individual – Gimp mask (SPY remix)
6. SPY – Distant Street Lights
7. SPY – Elite Squad
>> Need you – Dylan & Ink
8. Sato – Clap ya hands
9. Matrix & Fierce – Climate (C4C remix)
10. DJ Fresh – Heavyweight
11. Kemal – Let it Move You
12. Arsenal – Saudade (Marky & SPY remix)
13. Mikal & Break – Just a Game
14. Need For Mirrors – Valentino ft. Stapleton
15. Moving FUsion – Attention
16. Die & Break – Grand Funk Hustle
17. Bulletproof – That Dude’s A Shapeshifter
18. Need For Mirrors – Odd Future
19. Zero Method – Command Four
20. Hydro & Mindscape – Skid row
21. Gridlok – Insecticide
22. The Upbeats ft. Teknik – Poison
23. Zero Method – Hybrid
24. DJ Fresh – Off World
25. Borderline – Hot Spot
26. Optiv & BTK – Gateway
27. Twisted Individual – Rusty Sheriffs Badge
28. Optiv & BTK – Whatever
29. Bulletproof, Nymfo & Teknik – 3 Of A Kind
30. The Upbeats – Binge Drinker
31. Future Prophecies – The Roof Is On Fire ft. MC Dynamite

DJ Fresh

DJ Fresh & Messy Mc (Breakbeat Kaos, UK) – Easter Sunday @ Brown Alley

Posted: Thursday, March 29th, 2012

DJ Fresh


Easter Sunday April 8th @ Brown Alley

Door Open 10pm til late

Supported by Deall / Meltdown / Raider / Zayler / Monkee / Lickweed / MC JP


Dj Fresh

Dan ‘DJ Fresh’ Stein is set to take another step up in his illustrious career by launching his incredible live show in late 2011. FRESH/LIVE aims to amplify the club experience by incorporating a full live band to perform Fresh’s latest and greatest tracks in authentic fashion.

One of the originators of drum&bass, Fresh began his career as founding member of the supergroup Bad Company. In ‘98 when Fresh was still 19, the group released The Nine – a track that was to later be voted the best d&b tune of all time by D&B Arena. Not bad for a guy still in his teens!

But in the last 12 months, DJ Fresh has truly become a household name with the huge success of tracks like Gold Dust & Louder. With Louder notching up over 500,000 sales and being the first Number 1 for Fresh it also became the first EVER dubstep track to top the charts and feature as the soundtrack to the Lucozade advert.

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