Get ready for Twalle
Though the history of electronic dance music is long and storied, the future of electronic dance music (EDM) belongs to the youth.
Enter Twalle (pronounced “TWAL – LAY”), wise beyond his years as an EDM DJ and producer. Having ignited the local Rhode Island club scene in 2009 as a DJ and local club promoter, Twalle’s diverse DJ sets are now known to get everyone on the dancefloor and moving. Deft at blending and manipulating his audience’s beloved songs into new and energetic mixes, Twalle has honed the singular skill of deejaying known as “reading the crowd.” Playing high-energy DJ sets at venues in international cities including New York, Miami, and Cancun, Twalle is constantly refining the parameters of his bootleg remixes so that the music peaks and ebbs for the ultimate effect. The Twalle remix of Don Diablo's "Hot Air Balloon" has ignited dancefloors and the remix is out now.
Twalle (real name, Tyler Wallick) hails from Rhode Island and he currently resides in New York City while devoting his time to studio production. As a live DJ, Twalle aims to be a crowd-pleaser. He has performed at events including the Inception At Sea boat party from Miami to the Bahamas; the Aqua Water Festival in Providence, Rhode Island; the Life In Color paint party in Miami; at Webster Hall in New York City, and at many other venues and events. Sharing the stage with established producers like The Chainsmokers and Bingo Players is where Twalle feels the most at home. Expect more from this young, talented music-maker in the coming months.