- 1. DJ Urban - Jack Your Big Booty (Audio Fiends Remix) 6.30 1528 plays
- 2. Audio Fiends - Search and Destroy 7.22 1319 plays
- Download track Go to track Audio Fiends - Ain't no turning back3. Audio Fiends - Ain't no turning back 4.26 6905 plays 130.0 BPM
- Download track Go to track P-Styles - Control (Audio Fiends Remix)4. P-Styles - Control (Audio Fiends Remix) 4.42 975 plays
- 5. Audio FIends - This Is How We Roll (Free Download) 6.30 663 plays
- Download track Go to track Audio Fiends - Paradox 2012 (Free Download)6. Audio Fiends - Paradox 2012 (Free Download) 5.15 1000 plays 128.0 BPM
- Download track Go to track Audio Fiends - Dark Matter (Free Download)7. Audio Fiends - Dark Matter (Free Download) 6.00 966 plays
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Audio Fiends was set up in March 2010 by two friends, Brian and Barry Caulfield from New Ross in Co Wexford, Ireland. They set up the group as a hobby, their aim was to use two APC 40 Ableton controllers for mixing samples of tracks and originals to play in their live sets and also to bring a new dimension to their DJ sets, a far cry from two decks and a mixer.
Some history about Brian and Barry
At the age of eleven Brian got an interest in DJ'in when his older brother got a set of belt drive decks and has never looked back since. He has played in many local pubs and clubs. Barry soon followed, he also played in many clubs, he also got the chance to play in Vietnam in the Saylim Club, this was one of the highlights of his life. The two of them started producing their own original tracks back in 1999 using Jester's Music 2000 on the Playstation 1 and have kept evolving their sound since then now using Cubase and Ableton to produce their tracks. Brian studied Sound Engineering and music production in 2008 and is now working in a studio in New Ross.
Audio Fiends would like to give a big shout out to Daz Furey from Fnoob.com. for all his help and support and they would recommend that you all give a listen to his online radio show, with his excellent diversity of new and upcoming music,.also they would like to give a big shout out to the one and only Dave Clarke for his support of their track called Ain't No Turning Back on White Noise and last but not least they would like to say thanks to everybody for the supporting of their tracks and sets.