How are you feeling about making your debut at SW4 on the main stage this year?
Didn’t actually know I was on the main stage, that’s cool! I’m excited! There’s probably like 100 unreleased songs that I’ve been working on, so I will be choosing the best possible ones, testing them on live shows like at SW4 and then using that to decide what goes on the album. I use a lot of songs people know, then work on them to enhance the live experience. We also have a visual, light and sound experience which runs alongside the set.
You’ve played in London quite a few times. What makes London such a special city to play?
I love London. A lot of Australians move there, so I always have friends when I’m over there. I attended a show in Soho and I was so inspired by the basslines and all the emphasis on the percussion, the transits and the motions of the bass music. It was a very cool experience. That’s the beautiful thing about London, you can go to a club and just see something that blows your mind.
How is the debut album coming along?
There’s a lot of new music that could be put on there and it’s just deciding what to go for. The songs have to fit with the message I’m trying to create with this particular piece of work.
I can see you performed recently in Japan with Jauz, how did that come about?
Yeah they’ve been friends of mine for a while now. He was in town for ADC and he saw that I was playing and we had a fun night. We went shopping and ended up buying all these animal head costumes, had a pretty good time in the bar later too. When I did my show, Jauz jumped up and we did a little B2B at the end of it.