Best Crywolf Songs of All Time – Top 10 Tracks
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Crywolf, otherwise known as Justin Taylor Phillips, is an electronic music producer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles, CA.
Without further ado, here are Crywolf top 10 tracks of all time:
AWAY, Roniit, Crywolf
2. Stomach It
3. Eyes Half Closed
Crywolf, Charity Lane
5. Unchained Melody
7. QUIXOTE [i am alone, and they are everyone]
8. The Home We Made Pt. II
9. Never Be Like You
Crywolf, otherwise known as Justin Taylor Phillips, is an electronic music producer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist from Los Angeles, CA. Since Crywolf's conception just over two years ago, his epic, melodic, lyrical-based take on electronic music has been met with support from international acts such as Ellie Goulding, Arty, Adventure Club, The Crystal Method and more. After signing with LeCastle Vania’s label, Always Never last year, his debut EP "Ghosts" was met with immediate success soaring to #18 on iTunes Dance Charts, top 20 on Hype Machine, and #1 on Dubstep.net on the first day. Crywolf's most recent effort "Angels", set the tone for his signature sound and proved his arrival as an artist by blowing Ghosts out of the water - debuting at #3 on iTunes Electronic and charting at #24 on Billboard Electronic Charts. With loads more music set to be released in the coming year, Crywolf is poised to launch to heights never thought possible by the young multi-talented artist.
“Sultry vocals with crisp, effervescent production that carries the listener along on glistening waves of pure, sonic radiance”
” ...so deep and has so much power and emotion behind the tone and lyrics, it’s crazy…I’ve truly never listened to anything quite like it.”
- This Song Slaps
“…one of my favorite new producers…dance powered tracks with electronic elements that have an amazing sound.”
- This Song Is Sick
"Crywolf doesn’t really care what everyone is doing around him. He doesn’t care to bend around a genre. He doesn’t care… at all. He exists in his own bubble, and I think that’s where his subtle brilliance comes from."