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Earth FreQ After party feat. Grouch, Staunch and more…

Posted: Wednesday, February 3rd, 2016

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Twisted Audio, Makeshift Collective and Dark Riddims have joined together with Earth Frequency Festival to give Melbourne a taste of EFF with an Official Afterparty!

This is a great opportunity to relive some of your favourite moments from the festival, and for those of you who couldn’t make it this year, it’s your chance to enjoy some of the headline performances from EFF right here in Melbourne!

Special guest: Grouch (NZ)

Staunch (Adapted Records)
Safire (Shogun Audio, Plasma)
Cheshire (Adapted Records, Omelette Records)

Friday 19th of Feb @ Railway Hotel Brunswick (291 Albert st. Brunswick)


Twisted Audio podcast #52 – AFO

Posted: Sunday, January 10th, 2016



1. Get’s No Rougher – Cabin Fever UK [Saxxon Remix]
2. Wagon Wheel – DJ Coda
3. Loose Endz – T>I
4. Proceed – Saxxon
5. Cats and Dogs – 2N
6. Chalice Pipe – Verdikt
7. L Bass – Flat T
8. Giant Killa Bees – Logan D and Dominator
9. New Style – TC
10. Cool Breeze – Tyke
11. Gypsy Bag – Riff Raff and Hizzleguy
12. Buss the Roller – Voltage
13. Passages – K Jah and Vytol
14. Pick em out – Majistrate
15. Moose Knuckle – Heist
16. Represent – Brockie and Ed Solo
17. Up in Smoke – Serum
18. Dogs on Redbull – dRamatic
19. Adrenaline – Genetix and Habitat
20. Trice – Aggressor Bunx
21. Nah Talk – Filthy Habits
22. Fly Paper – Serum
23. Stranger [Rollout Mix] – Majistrate
24. Sixty Nine – Upgrade
25. Termination – Turno
26. 44 Mag – DJ Phantasy [Sub Zero Remix]
27. Back in the Day – Genetix and Habitat
28. Tramadol – T>I
29. Bounce – DJ Limited

Tribe 2015

Tribe 2015 feat. Spor, Marky, Mefjus and more…

Posted: Monday, December 21st, 2015

Tribe 2015

Release your primal instincts this Summer with the return of Melbourne’s most unique multi-genre mini festival. Get ready for a massive day/night event featuring a 3 level jungle-themed environment, unique interactive decor setup, cutting-edge lighting displays and mind-bending visuals.

We’ve upped the ante yet again on our 5th year running TRIBE to deliver a night that pushes all boundaries of underground entertainment. Let yourself go and explore your primal being with one of the biggest drum & bass lineups ever to hit Melbourne!


Dj Marky
Dub Phizix
Kasra Critical
Spikey Tee

Limited hard print tickets available from ‘Ministry of Style’ – Fiztroy


A. skillz

Bust A Move feat. Stanton Warriors + A. SKillz

Posted: Sunday, December 20th, 2015

A. skillz

DARKBEAT & BUST A MOVE Pres: An Open Air Day Party w/


A.SKILLZ [UK, Fingerlickin’ Records]

MON 28TH DEC @ RAILWAY HOTEL [291 Albert Street, Brunswick]
DOORS OPEN 12:00pm – Late

TICKETS ON SALE NOW = ONLY $15 (while they last)

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LINEUP: Stanton Warriors (UK), A.Skillz (UK),, Hans DC, Flip3000, Jimmy Le Mac, Lickweed, Miss Max, Tee Dubya, Scott Freedman

+ Featured Prog Breaks Room w/
Phil K, Luke Chable, Dan Mangan & Keltec, Rollin Connection, Dave Juric, J-Slyde, Sebastian Wild

+ Loads More TBA shortly

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Oh my Gosh, SO good! This is the kind of music that makes you literally want to go mental on the nearest dancefloor. As tried and tested on my living room carpet!”ANNIE MAC, BBC RADIO 1 on Stanton Warriors

How else could you say it? Stanton Warriors make people go mental on the dancefloor. It’s a fact. Almost single-handedly carrying the breaks scene over the last decade and at the forefront of it’s recent revival they have managed to not only maintain relevance but constantly innovate and inspire a whole new generation of breaks and bass DJ’s and producers. If there’s one DJ out there who could battle Stanton’s for the title of ‘go-to-party-starter’ it’s the master of FUNK, A.Skillz (UK). Not many DJ’s can throw down a more varied and fun set than these guys, come and witness the madness at Darkbeat & Bust a Move’s next ‘Day Party’ in the Open Air Courtyard of the infamous Railway Hotel [Brunswick] and make sure to pack your dancing shoes, you’re gonna need em!

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Since bursting onto the scene with their multi award-winning compilation “The Stanton Sessions” back in 2001, the Stanton Warriors’ irresistible and inimitable sound has consistently remained the soundtrack to some of the world’s biggest and best parties over the past fifteen years all across the globe. This phenomenal output and remarkable longevity has ensured the Stanton Warriors legendary status amongst not only their fans, but also their peers, as they remain fresh, original and relevant; obstinately dancing to beat of their own drum and helping to pave the way for new talent.

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Record label owner, producer and DJ extraordinaire, A.Skillz’ incredible deck talents fuse funk, soul and hip-hop with D’n’B, dub-step and breaks, all sliced, mashed and cut together with a unique style of scratching and mixing.His reputation as a true party rocker has won him prime-time slots across the world at a who’s who of major events, festivals and music industry parties including FabricLive (London), The Hit Factory (New York), WMC (Miami) and Glastonbury. Whether he’s in a club or at a festival, A.Skillz always gets the place jumpin’. As a producer A.Skillz has established himself as one of the most highly regarded in his scene, releasing countless bullets, including the infamous Insane Bangers series, a host of impressive remixes for the likes of stadium rockers Queen, Northern Soul Groovers Smoove & Turrell, together with singles on the legendary Finger Lickin’ Records and the now classic artist album ‘Tricka Technology’ with breakbeat heavyweight Krafty Kuts.


Twisted Audio Podcast #51 – Physikal

Posted: Monday, December 7th, 2015


1. S.P.Y – Frozen
2. Foreign Concept – Endless Fade
3. Bredren – High on Yourself
4. Anile – View Catcher
5. DRS – Playing With Fire (feat Dub Phizix)
6. S.P.Y & Total Science – Try Out
7. Kove – Hurst (LSB Remix)
8. Logistics – Kestral
9. Spor – Overdue
10. Marky – LK (Marcus Intalex Remix)
11. Logistics – Watching the World go By
12. Decoder & Substance – Red
13. Commix – Be True
14. Lenzman – Empty Promises
15. DLR – Empyreal
16. S.P.Y – Lost Orbit
17. Dub Phizix Treatment
18. Kasra & Enei – So Real (Mefjus Remix)
19. KG – Woodblock Riddim
20. Alix Perez – Recall & reflect
21. Dub Phizix – Domepiece
22. Mefjus – Far too Close
23. Spor – As I Need You
24. Icicle – Dreadnaught (Phace Remix)
25. Mefjus – Leakproof
26. Vaults – Lifespan
27. Future Prophecies – Dreadlock
28. DJ Zic – 174 Trek
29. Friction – K-Tee – Set it Off
30. Badmarsh & Shri – Signs (Calibre Remix)


Critical Sound feat. Emperor, Ivy Lab & Foreign Concept

Posted: Monday, October 12th, 2015


Twisted Audio in conjunction with Critical Music proudly present

2015 Australia & New Zealand Tour


+ Lickweed, Monkee, Mezzy and Animate
Hosted by MC Harzee

After one of the most talked-about tours of last year, Critical Sound returns in 2015 bringing 3 of the most exciting and cutting-edge producers in modern drum & bass.

Emperor, Ivy Lab & Foreign Concept from the Critical camp, each coming out fresh off the back of their critically acclaimed (no pun intended) releases this year.

Expect nothing but ground breaking pure quality from these rising stars as they take you on a journey in to the art form that is drum & bass…

Monday Novmeber 2nd – Melbourne Cup public holiday eve @ LA DI DA (577 Little Bourke st. Melbourne)

Conceived by Kasra back in 2002 in a front room in north London, Critical Music has grown from a simple idea, driven by a commitment to putting out the best music the scene has to offer and has made an indelible mark on the drum & bass scene, a mark that continues to grow ever-stronger and has now become one of the most well respected independent record labels in the UK and of one of the most inspiring imprints in dance music today. The Critical age is only just beginning.





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