You don’t know Jai Wolf like you think you do. After hundreds of millions of streams on astral- indie-dance anthems like “Indian Summer” and “Starlight,” blockbuster festival sets from Indio to India, and regular co-signs from the likes of Skrillex and ODESZA, it’s clear from the opening notes of Jai Wolf’s long-awaited debut album The Cure to Loneliness that he uses the expectations around his name as an opportunity to challenge convention.
The story of Jai Wolf so far is more than the hits, the packed dancefloors, or co-signs by mega-stars, there's a message within it. "I know that there are people out there who are feeling what I'm feeling," he says. "I would love for them to find a way to connect with that through my music." The fact that Jai Wolf never quite fit in used to be fuel for his daydreams, now it's what makes him one of the most exciting electronic artists of his generation.