Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

The Postal Service, Blink-182, Porter Robinson, The Cure, Modern Baseball, The mixtape from the stereo in your ex's car


Influences

Shigeru Miyamoto, Susan Kare, Masakatsu Takagi, Moebius, Ansel Adams


Unearthed artists we like

MUKI, Nothing Really, Tram Cops, Woodes, Champion The Boy


Website

wolfjay.com

Bio

Wolfjay is the project of non-binary songwriter and producer Jack Alexander. Euphoric and sincere, their work is like "the soundtrack to falling in love in a dream" (Dom Alessio).

Wolfjay makes soaring pop music with "melodies are so strong that they can defeat anything" (Dan Condon) that would perfectly soundtrack your favourite coming-of-age film.

Based now in Melbourne, 2019 has seen Wolfjay release and your their new EP on Sleep Well Records (USA), showcase at Bigsound, perform at the National Live Music Awards, and also open for amazing artists like Austen, Handsome, Woodes, and Philadelphia Grand Jury.

Review

Review by Tommy Faith Tommy Faith

08 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

How am I so obsessed with this song? Hits me with the same sort of sonic elevation that Blink 182 used to but with none of the cynicism. Beautiful stuff.

How am I so obsessed with this song? Hits me with the same sort of sonic elevation that Blink 182 used to but with none of the cynicism. Beautiful stuff.

Review

Review by Dan Condon Dan Condon

07 Aug 2019

Triple J
45

The way those pizzicato synth strings burst in the first verse reminds me of Pop Rocks. The way those guitars kick in for the chorus reminds me of self-led liberation from emotional turmoil. Just sayin.

The way those pizzicato synth strings burst in the first verse reminds me of Pop Rocks. The way those guitars kick in for the chorus reminds me of self-led liberation from emotional turmoil. Just sayin.

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

06 Aug 2019

Triple J
40

I love the way that Wolfjay dots this song with some fine details - the prosecco runs dry, with your favourite CD on - making this experience of theirs seem ever more tangible. It's the mark of a skilful creator for sure.

I love the way that Wolfjay dots this song with some fine details - the prosecco runs dry, with your favourite CD on - making this experience of theirs seem ever more tangible. It's the mark of a skilful creator for sure.