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ODESZA’s Foreign Family Collective gives Phantoms, Medasin, Jai Wolf and more creative autonomy on first edition of ‘Rave.wavs’

ODESZA‘s famed Foreign Family Collective is bringing a variety of artists and releases together for a new project, delivering the first edition of Rave.wavs. The project is a compilation featuring tracks from label artists and close friends including Jai Wolf, Chrome Sparks, Kasbo, Phantoms, pluko, Robotaki, Medasin, and more. Rave.wavs was born out of a variety of different inspirations, including the Collective’s desire to let artists release music without expectations, especially after such a difficult period of time that many spent in relative isolation.
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Porter Robinson, Madeon, Jai Wolf, Wavedash, and more top Second Sky lineup

In the closing moments of Secret Sky 2, Porter Robinson confirmed Second Sky would be making a return to the Bay Area this fall in celebration of his sophomore album, Nuture. After debuting the in-person festival in 2019, the Grammy-nominated producer is now set to run it back at the festival’s new location of Cesar E. Chavez Park from September 18 – 19 in Berkeley, California.
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Petit Biscuit’s ‘Parachute Remix LP’ Features Big Gigantic, Jai Wolf, Malaa & More [LISTEN]

Petit Biscuit’s Parachute Remix LP has arrived, unleashing 12 new perspectives surrounding the producer’s latest masterpiece, Parachute. The captivating body of work from classically trained artist Petit Biscuit is completely reimagined by fellow producers Big Gigantic, Malaa, Jai Wolf, Slow Magic, Tony Romera and more. While some of these remixes have already premiered, much of this stunning collection can be enjoyed for the first time.
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Manila Killa, Jai Wolf, Malaa, Slow Magic, and more land on Petit Biscuit’s ‘Parachute’ remix LP

Petit Biscuit has shared a 12-track remix package for his genre-bending sophomore album Parachute, released in October 2020. The remix LP comes complete with previous submissions from Malaa, Jai Wolf, and Big Gigantic including eight additional revisions from Khamsin, Duskus, Manila Killa, Koos, Japanese Wallpaper, Manu Dia, Tony Romera, Slow Magic, and Jerro. Speaking on the Parachute remixes the Petit Biscuit stated,
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Jai Wolf takes Petit Biscuit’s ‘Drivin Thru The Night’ on an after-hours detour

Jai Wolf shut the four-year intermission in his non-original streak in January and clearly has no intent to let that gap reopen even remotely that much again. After a nostalgic conversion of keshi’s “blue,” Jai Wolf has been recruited by Petit Biscuit to breathe new life into his headmost Parachute offering, “Drivin Thru the Night.”
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Jai Wolf erases four-year remix pause with nostalgic reimagining of keshi’s ‘blue’

Not even a month removed from commemorating a five full years since Jai Wolf‘s entrance into electronic music with an “Indian Summer” anniversary re-release, the Foreign Family associate is now stepping up to a successive milestone. It’s been a similarly outstretched lapse in time since Jai Wolf’s last non-original—nearly four years to be exact—and he’s now resetting that clock by working his inimitable magic on keshi’s “blue.”
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Jai Wolf Returns With First New Remix In 4 Years

Anytime Jai Wolf drops new music, we are eager to share it. Today, the coveted producer dropped off a remix of keshi‘s “blue,” his first release since he dropped “Moon Rider” at the beginning of 2020. On his 2019 album, The Cure To Loneliness, we saw Jai Wolf’s sound evolve...
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Jai Wolf Drops His First Remix In 4 Years For “blue” by keshi

Preoccupied with his own original work, it’s been four years since Jai Wolf has released a remix of his own, the last being “Something Just Like This” by The Chainsmokers in 2017. Now, he’s back with a stellar remix of “blue” by keshi. Starting off with heartfelt, raw guitar chords,...
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Jai Wolf celebrates a half-decade since his iconic debut with ‘Indian Summer’ re-release

More than a half-decade later and Jai Wolf‘s 2015 freshman release “Indian Summer” still holds up as one of highest ranking outings from the New York producer’s widespread index. In commemoration of five trips around the sun since Jai Wolf’s enlistment on ODESZA‘s Foreign Family, he’s repackaging “Indian Summer” with a celebratory five-track edition and coinciding vinyl release.