Twisted Audio Podcast #1 (June 2011) – Psimocybin

Posted: Sunday, June 26th, 2011


Regularly getting Twisted since its formation, Psimocybin has played at anumber of parties alongside both Local and International DJs, supporting the likes of Chris SU, B-Complex & Kenny Ken.

He placed second in Twisted Audio’s Nation Mix Competition with a slamming half hour trek across six genres.

Aiming to introduce a slew of brutal beats and other pieces, he promises to bring the bigness.

Psimocybin on Soundcloud

Download & Subscribe to the Twisted Audio Podcast on iTunes for Free!


Camo & Krooked – Feel Your Pulse
>>Body & Soul – Monster Walk VIP
Blokhe4d & Dieselboy – Get Back
Spor – Aztec
Zinc feat. Miss Dynamite – Wile Out (Marky & S.P.Y. Remix)
Shockone Feat Reija Lee – Polygon (Dirtyphonics Remix)
Tantrum Desire – Just Can’t Wait
Noisia – Friendly Intentions
>>Break – Submerged (Calyx & Teebee Remix)
Hazard – Proteus
Futurebound vs Metrik – Sabotage
Xample & Lomax – Remember
>>DC Breaks – Take That
Nero – Me And You (Dirtyphonics Remix)
>>Blokhe4d – Beyond the Void
Phace & Misanthrop – Desert Orgy
Prolix – Freeze Frame
Apex – Entrapment
Camo & Krooked – Vampires
Mattix & Futile – Where We Are
Ed Rush & Optical – Chubrub
>>Spor – Kingdom
Dirtyphonics – Lottery
Marky & S.P.Y – Riff Raff
Spectrasoul – Penninsula
Fresh – Fantazia
Serum & Bladerunner – Who Jah Bless
Cyantific feat. Logistics – Flashback
Spor – Powder Monkey
Billain – Probes
Camo & Krooked – Cliffhanger
Shimon – Vengeance
>>Shimon & Andy C – Body Rock
>>Dirtyphonics – French Fuck

Dys & Eliza

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza Website & Sloth EP Launch

Posted: Monday, June 13th, 2011

Dys & Eliza

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza’s New Website is set to GO LIVE next month! To celebrate, our very own gremlin-child Dys will be launching his new 3 track EP “Sloth” and it’s a FREEBIE! With guest appearances from the luscious violin extraordinaire Miss Eliza and MC Heinz of Cyclones fame, it’s an EP not to be missed.

Launch Party in effect on the 1st of July at Roxanne Parlour.

Supported by Melbourne’s illest bass heavy producers with a huge stack of free sh!t to give away on the night, this is going to be epic.
The legendary Doug-step on visuals!
Check it!

Dysphemic & Miss Eliza Bio
Dysphemic – Sloth EP Teaser
Dysphemic & Miss Eliza EP Launch Facebook event

The Rewind Show

National Mix Comp – The Rewind Show

Posted: Wednesday, June 1st, 2011

The Rewind Show

So with this year’s national mix comp approaching we’ve decided to take a moment and let the 2010 contestants a chance to shine.

This June we will be bringing you a selection of the DJs who entered last year’s national mixing comp that you didn’t get to hear:

The Rewind Show featuring 2010 finalists:

Psimocybin (2nd place, VIC)
Linken (3rd place, NSW)
Vertigo (NSW)
Pheen (TAS)
Rubix (VIC)

With support from:


Hosted by: DtechMC (NSW)
Visuals by: Dougstep

June 11th at Miss Libs (34 Franklin st. Melbourne CBD) – Free Entry before 12,
$10 thereafter.


Twisted Residents BVR & Monkee Support Phetsta (Technique Recordings)

Posted: Thursday, May 19th, 2011


This Saturday (28th of May) @ All City Bass!!

PHETSTA – ‘The Prism EP Launch Tour’

The perth madman is back this Saturday @ All City Bass! With His new EP “Prism” just released and ready to be dropped on our killer sound system!! The Ep has reached the top 10 of the Beatport top 100 and was also Drumsound and Bassline Smith’s Technique recordings top selling EP in the past 6 months. With all the Decor, lighting and dope vibes you come to expect at All City Bass, you wont want to be anywhere else!

Tickets: $15 guestlist / $20 general

PHETSTA burst onto the Drum & Bass scene in 2005 when he signed exclusively to the legendary Simon Bassline Smith’s imprint Technique Recordings. The Australian producer quickly carved his own sound within the genre with early releases such as Intergalactic and Blur (Mixmag’s tune of the month – May 2006).

In 2007 Phetsta released the acclaimed Congo EP, Knowledge Magazine calling it a “production masterpiece”. The four track extended player cracked the top ten on BBC Radio 1′s Drum & Bass charts.

In 2008 he released From My Eyes, which received significant Radio 1 support from Annie Mac, and held onto a top ten position on Drum ‘n’ Bass Arena for eight weeks straight. Phetsta also teamed up with fellow Perth based producer Shock One to unleash the award winning (PDMA Track of the Year 2008) single The Sun.

2009 proved successful again with Phetsta & Shock One’s, Cyclones gaining day time rotation on Australia’s Triple J, including a top three placing on Super Request.

Phetsta is back in 2011 with The Prism EP from Drumsound & Bassline Smith’s Technique camp. With tracks from it being picked up by the likes of Radio 1′s Mistajam and Zane Lowe it looks like being his biggest release yet!!

Prehistoric Treats 2

Prehistoric Treats Part 2 – Photos Now Up!

Posted: Tuesday, May 17th, 2011

Prehistoric Treats 2

Prehistoric Treats Part 2 was a real journey back in the history of DnB and Jungle!

A great night full of old skool heads rinsing it out to some of Melbourne’s top DnB & Jungle DJs!

Check out the online gallery now up on our Photos section.


Twisted Audio presents: BROOKES BROTHERS LP TOUR

Posted: Sunday, April 10th, 2011


Twisted Audio presents…



Saturday May 14th @ Miss Libertine – 34 Frankiln st. Melbourne CBD


MC: Harzee

VJ: Dougstep

Tickets are just $12+bf from Moshtix

Since their first forays into drum & bass production back in 2002 The Brookes Brothers have come a very long way, establishing themselves as one of the A-list production power-houses in the scene today. Signed exclusively by Breakbeat Kaos in 2007, the duo have gone on to chart-topping success and garnered recognition that most can only dream of within only a few years.

Their debut single on BBK ‘Hard Knocks’ b/w ‘Mistakes’ saw them off with a bang, picking up huge support from not only the likes of Andy C and Grooverider but also Zane Lowe and Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1. Collaborations followed in 2008 with Ram’s Culture Shock and also with Hospital’s Danny Byrd whose joint effort ‘Goldrush’ received massive plaudits from critics everywhere. It was their remix of J Majik & Wickaman’s ‘Crazy World’ though the same year that did what not many other D&B producers have ever managed to do and make it onto national daytime radio playlists. Now rapidly becoming a household name the remix requests began to pour in and their glorious re-work of ‘Star Guitar’ was one of the many outstanding results.

Proving they were no flash in the pan the brothers then came up with their biggest release to date, the awe-inspiring, Radio 1 play-listed, ‘Tear You Down’. Spending 2 weeks at no.1 in the UK dance chart and a further 15 weeks in the top 20, even being made ‘Record Of the Week’ by Radio 1’s Sara Cox gave them yet another injection of worldwide critical acclaim that others will find hard to beat. Since then remix work for the likes of Norman Cook and Chase & Status has kept their name in lights along with a hectic global DJing schedule.

Now as the imminent release of their eagerly awaited debut album approaches in February 2011, The Brookes Brothers look set to reach the upper echelons of dance music and take the world by storm with their unique brand of soulful, future-thinking, dance floor drum & bass.

$5 Jager/Agwa shots till midnight

$5 Stubbies all night

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