TWERL is fast becoming one of Australia’s hottest exports. Jayden Healey, the West Australian native, first broke on to the scene by quickly racking up millions of plays on a string of original releases, working with labels such as Mad Decent, Sony, Elysian and Lowly Palace as well as official remixes for LDRU, Diplo & Lil Xan and collaborations with the likes of Shockone, Slumberjack and more.
The success of TWERL’s music quickly translated in to a strong demand on the touring circuit, having done multiple headline runs across Australia, New Zealand, Thailand and recently supporting Alison Wonderland in Japan before coming home to perform at Listen Out Festival
Hi Twerl! How are you doing?
Hey guys! I’m great, how are you?
Take us back to the beginning, how did you found your passion into producing electronic music?
I got into the whole electronic music thing when i was about 15 and snuck into creamfields festival and watched deadmau5 and skrillex, it all went from there.
How have you been staying productive during the quarantine period?
Routine mainly, along with exercising and meditating every day. Trying my best to keep on top of my mental health has been a big part of staying productive.
Your newest single ”Nobody” is out! Could you share the creative process behind this song?
I have really been trying to step outside of my comfort zone in life and production lately and I think that really shows in my last few releases. Nobody was like nothing I had tried to create before, and the process was so fun. Every new sound or section that came up i was so happy with, it was a really fun one to write.
Who do you hope to work with in the future, if you could name top 3 producers/artists to work with and why?
My top three producers would have to be Slumberjack, Team Ezy and Avance. I’ve been lucky enough to work with all three but they are honestly all amazing people and their productions are next level, all unique in their own ways.
What has been your funniest or embarrassing moment to date related to music?
I played at a club in Adelaide a few months back and a fan asked me to kick him in the chest, so i double footed him to the ground. There’s a really funny video i can find if you’d like?
Would you like to share something with the followers of Let the Bass Get You?
NOBODY IS OUT NOW!!!!!! Just kidding. Honestly just thank you, thank you to everyone for listening and supporting my music. It means a lot to me.
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