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Twisted Generation celebrate year of Twisted Radio

The Twisted Generation celebrate a year of Twisted Radio are celebrating four years online and one year on air in Auckland, and Hamiltron with a fundraising birthday bash at Bacios on Friday June 10th (above Kiss on Auckland’s K’Rd.)

On the decks are Twisted jocks Karim S, Gargoyle, Chelfyn and special guest DJ Illusion bringing you trance, psytrance, prog, techno and breaks to keep you grooving to funky visuals.

It’s only $10 on the door and all proceeds will go towards running Twisted Radio, the only non-commercial full spectrum dance & electronica radio station in Auckland (107.7fm) and Hamilton (107.7fm).

Bring your friends to meet the other members of the Twisted Generation. For more details check out


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