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Evoking the heart-tugging feeling of a cinematic score, Jai Wolf makes electronic pop records that conjure a dazzling spectrum of emotions. Since breaking out with the 2015 indie dance certified Gold hit “Indian Summer,” the Bangladeshi-born, New York-raised producer (real name Sajeeb Saha) has carved out a singular lane by balancing anthemic compositions that borrow from the grandiosity of EDM with introspective songwriting, whose sunny earworm melodies cut right through the chest. With his critically-acclaimed debut 2019 album, The Cure To Loneliness, he established his knack for genre-blending innovation and captivated listeners with nostalgia-filled indie dance records. His versatility as a musician has drawn in a global audience and led him to become the first Bangladeshi-American headlining artist to sell out Red Rocks Amphitheatre in June 2022. Jai Wolf makes his most personal statement yet in the Blue Babu era, his latest musical output via Mom + Pop. Straddling the zone between private reflection and euphoric release, the new music exhibits unprecedentedly piercing lyricism and opens up into explosive dance breakdowns veering from house and R&B to new wave and synth-pop. “A big theme of the era is looking deeply inward, assessing all your feelings, and how to reckon with them,” he explains. With a headlining tour scheduled for this summer and fall his audience will no doubt feel the magical sense of connection that can only arise during the climax of a Jai Wolf anthem.
Surveying the wonders of cultures from across the globe, Chris Gavino, best known as Manila Killa is a well-traveled producer inspired by his cross-continental upbringing. A now decorated producer with an expansive repertoire of accolades, Manila Killa cut his musical teeth as a high schooler in The Philippines by combining self-taught Ableton lessons with a penchant for electronic music. Guided by emotion-driven soundscapes and the connective nature of melodic dance music, Manila Killa excels at synthesizing the foundations of human passion. In 2014, he formed the successful house duo Hotel Garuda and co-founded his own independent record label Moving Castle which has since housed acts like Slow Magic, AObeats, Khamsin, and many more. Since his departure from Hotel Garuda in 2018, Manila Killa refined his solo craft with his 2019 debut EP 1993 which garnered praise from media heavyweights like Billboard, Forbes, and Ones To Watch adding to a laundry list of critical acclaim joining tastemakers like Complex, Paper, and NYLON. With official remixes for Chvrches, The Knocks, Tegan and Sara, and performances at festivals like Firefly, Ultra Miami, Electric Zoo, 88rising’s Head in the Clouds, and more, Manila Killa is defined in equal parts as a producer, performer, and in-demand collaborator. Dedicated to the consciousness of contemporary dance music, Manila Killa is distilling years of passionate experience and expertise to unveil his debut album in the summer of 2022.