Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Indie, Pop


Sounds like

Hatchie, 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 Melbourne-based non-binary singer/songwriter/producer/designer Jack Alexander. The queer synth-pop artist creates music caught between feelings of teenage angst and post-adolescent melancholy. As gorgeous towering alt-pop comes together with incandescent indie-rock and delightfully dreamy electronics, Wolfjay sings of coming-of-age anthems about the lives we once had and setting out for the lives we were meant to have.

In 2019 WOLFJAY signed with Brooklyn based indie label, Sleep Well Records, founded by Alyse Vellturo, also known as pronoun. Dom Alessio of Triple J described WOLFJAY's music as “the soundtrack to falling in love in a dream.” While Dan Condon of Double J hailed the music, as “melodies are so strong that they can defeat anything.”

Review

Very Soon (feat. Austen) #D...

Wolfjay

Review by Bryce Mills Bryce Mills

29 May 2020

Triple J
40

Pitch. Perfect.

Pitch. Perfect.

Review

Very Soon (feat. Austen) #D...

Wolfjay

Review by Al Newstead Al Newstead

28 May 2020

Triple J
40

It's smart how you've made Tame, Flip and Kids function to your dreamy, incandescent musical world rather than let them define it. The combo of voices is just lovely. Wish my housemates were this talented (jelly, tbh).

It's smart how you've made Tame, Flip and Kids function to your dreamy, incandescent musical world rather than let them define it. The combo of voices is just lovely. Wish my housemates were this talented (jelly, tbh).

Review

Very Soon (feat. Austen) #D...

Wolfjay

Review by Richard Kingsmill Richard Kingsmill

25 May 2020

Triple J
40

There's Kevin's bass again! Combining nicely with some of G Flip's drums. But the star of the show are the voices. You share a house, but you also share plenty of musical chemistry.

There's Kevin's bass again! Combining nicely with some of G Flip's drums. But the star of the show are the voices. You share a house, but you also share plenty of musical chemistry.