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Dystopic
Sydney, Australia

2015 welcomes the manically dark, genre-less, emotional conductors we know only as Dystopic to the dynamic scene. We look forward to watching the deep, psychological frequencies influence & infiltrate sub-cultures and encourages expanding musical horizons.

Dystopic
Sydney, Australia

2015 welcomes the manically dark, genre-less, emotional conductors we know only as Dystopic to the dynamic scene. We look forward to watching the deep, psychological frequencies influence & infiltrate sub-cultures and encourages expanding musical horizons.

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2015 welcomes the manically dark, genre-less, emotional conductors we know only as Dystopic to the dynamic scene. We look forward to watching the deep, psychological frequencies influence & infiltrate sub-cultures and encourages expanding musical horizons.

The Roundworms are an electro-organic hybrid hailing from one of the most inaccessible and remote countries on Earth, the island fortress called Australia. Brothers Stop and Slow Worm are over 30 years apart in age but share a common and remarkable interest: they compose abstract rock ambience and soundscapes to distract from their own grim view of modern musical reality. The Roundworms hope to impart some vastness, a 'sense of distance' with the colourful array of textures they produce. The duo trust listeners put on the headphones and enjoy this collection, one cobbled together over the past 6 years. They'd also much appreciate you leaving comments on the sound timeline or with the different tracks themselves. Contact: stopworm@gmail.com Original Artwork by Slow Worm.

Splinta is an all-encompassing harderstyle powerhouse. Hailing from Newcastle Australia, Splinta’s relentless dedication to driving the progression of both the scene and the sound itself have been internationally recognized. With countless no.1 productions over the past 4 years it’s no wonder his name appears on the books of multiple leading labels such as Q-Dance, Gearbox, Kiddfectious, Rave Me, PHD, Tranztek, Traffic, United Styles and FE Records. Splinta has not only supported some of the biggest names in the scene but has also worked on numerous projects with industry heavyweights such as A.S.Y.S, KloneZ, Danny Williamson, Side E-Fect, Diablik & VtheKid. Splinta has expanded his reign into the international scene with performances across the UK and Asia, headlining events such as Mysterious Land & Gearbox Weekender. Locally he holds residencies at prestigious long running clubs such as Masif Saturdays, Daydreams, HardstyleONLY, Bass Maniacs & Style as well as being a regular act at multiple Q-Dance events including Defqon.1 festival. For more information, engineering service quotes, Ableton tuition, bookings or sound design queries – please contact info@djsplinta.com

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