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Label Look: How D36 Will Help Break South Asian Artists Including Jai Wolf, She Loves Boon & More

When rising music executive Abhi Kanakadandila attended an 88Rising show in 2018, he left inspired by the label’s work with Asian-American artists. “[That show] changed my perspective in terms of what I thought could be possible for our own community,” he says. “There were Asian kids there but also tons of white kids, black kids, Latinx kids and South Asian kids like me. I saw that, and I was like, ‘I see the same talent across our community — and there’s definitely a desire for something like this to exist.’”
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Project GLOW paves path to Philadelphia sequel featuring A-Trak, Jai Wolf, ILLENIUM, Dombresky, and more

After a lauded first installment in Washington, DC from April 30 – May 1, Project GLOW organizers have formalized the talent that will soundtrack the festival’s Philadelphia offshoot. From October 1 – 2 at Subaru Park in Chester, Pennsylvania, a diverse array of dance/electronic acts, including Alison Wonderland, ILLENIUM, Marauda, Martin Garrix, and Dombresky, among others, will deliver sets.
PHILADELPHIA, PA
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Jai Wolf, San Holo dispense ‘We Will Meet Again’ ahead of Red Rocks show

According to a 2021 New Year’s Eve tweet, “2022 = album mode” for Jai Wolf. Well, the Bangladeshi-American has officially cemented his first work of the calendar year, “We Will Meet Again.” Now streaming via Mom + Pop Music, the new one-off features none other than San Holo.
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Project 91 to present first-ever Spring Fest, featuring Jai Wolf, Audien, SNBRN, and more

On May 7, Project 91 will host the inaugural installment of Spring Fest at the Lefrak Center at Lakeside. The first-year, single-day festival will bring Jai Wolf, Audien, SNBRN, Frank Walker, and Madds to Brooklyn, New York for a memorable evening of dance music. As the event producer/organizer’s most-anticipated event to date, Spring Fest is expected to attract north of 3,500 patrons of all ages to the borough the first weekend of May.
BROOKLYN, NY
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Anderson .Paak, Jai Wolf, Missy Elliot, Wizkid Headline New Festival In Queens

A new festival is coming to New York City this year. From the founder of AFROPUNK festivals, a new two-day event titled LETSGETFR.EE will take place at Flushing Meadows Corona Park in Queens, the place of two World’s Fairs in 1939 and 1964. The festival will feature Missy Elliott, Wizkid, Anderson .Paak & The Free Nationals, Jorja Smith, Major Lazer, Bomba Estereo, Jai Wolf and others.
QUEENS, NY
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Jai Wolf and San Holo Announce Infinite Light at Red Rocks

Jai Wolf and San Holo are set to take over the iconic Red Rocks Amphitheatre in Colorado for a one-off show called Infinite Light!. Get ready to fill up on feels because Jai Wolf and San Holo just announced they will be performing at Red Rocks Amphitheatre this summer for a show dubbed Infinite Light. The two beloved artists are taking the stage on Tuesday, June 8 at one of the world’s most iconic venues to bring fans a very vibrant evening of music that will surely leave you fulfilled and floating amongst the stars.
COLORADO STATE

Jai Wolf, San Holo book Red Rocks concert

MORRISON, Colo. — Two top electronic music producers are set to team for a concert at Colorado's most-famous venue this summer. Jai Wolf and San Holo will hold their "Infinite Light" performance at Red Rocks Amphitheatre on Wednesday, June 8. The producers will be joined by Manila Killa and...
DENVER, CO
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Good Morning Mix: Jai Wolf shares audiovisual stream of ‘The Cure To Loneliness’ at Second Sky

The Cure To Loneliness could’ve only been experienced live a handful of times in 2021. After headlining Porter Robinson’s first Secret Sky virtual festival more than a year prior, Jai Wolf was brought back for the real thing during Second Sky’s sophomore edition back in September, carefully selecting the Oakland Arena Grounds to be the landing spot for his debut album’s first live show of the year. For those that missed out on Second Sky’s day two stream or wanted to properly relive it—considering the unofficial YouTube uploads were out of sync—Jai Wolf decided to remaster his hour-long set in 4K quality and formally upload it.
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Porter Robinson, Jai Wolf, James Ivy

When 7:30 p.m. Oct. 11 • Where The Factory, 17105 North Outer 40 Road, Chesterfield • How much $39-$49 • More info ticketmaster.com. Sudden ending: Dodgers drop curtain on Cardinals' dramatic late-season push with walk-off homer. BenFred: Familiar troubles — too much trust in Reyes, missing offense — returned for...
CHESTERFIELD, MO
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Second Sky 2021: The crowd favorites (Jai Wolf, Madeon)

As Second Sky made its way into the evening, the heavy-hitters of the festival commanded the attention of nearly everybody present at the Oakland Arena grounds. Rising electronic music producer and DJ Jai Wolf took the now-massive crowd on an EDM-centric journey, serving up big synth-pop hooks with stadium-friendly beat drops galore. Wolf’s set largely consisted of his popular remixes, including the likes of ODESZA’s “Say My Name,” Keshi’s “Blue” and Ellie Goulding’s “Lights” blended along with originals such as “Moon Rider” and others off his 2019 debut The Cure to Loneliness. During his remix of Petit Biscuit’s “Drivin Thru the Night,” the DJ began pumping up the audience until every festival-goer was jumping in unison, seemingly at the mercy of his MIDI controller.
OAKLAND, CA
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Festival Review: Porter Robinson's Second Sky 2021 With Madeon, Jai Wolf, Jon Hopkins

When we first found out that the venue for Porter Robinson's Second Sky was changing on pretty short notice due to construction near César E. Chávez Park, the original venue for this year's Second Sky, the mixed feelings of panic, concern, and anger were real. Fans were stressing and panic-selling their tickets because they thought the festival was ruined and news that the venue outside Oakland Coliseum being a barren parking lot spread like wildfire.
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