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Crywolf at Austin, TX in Empire Control Room & Garage 2023
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Fan Reviews

Bekka
May 23rd 2023
Crywolf & Away we’re so freaking AMAZING live!!!!! Definitely recommend seeing them both live! Will definitely go again when they come back through Austin.
Austin, TX@
Empire Control Room & Garage
Katelyn
February 18th 2020
Such an unreal, unforgettable, and intense night. It was a one-of-a-kind experience and I loved every second of it
Washington, DC@
U Street Music Hall
Beth
January 18th 2020
Was an amazing show! Crywolf puts on an unforgettable performance. One of the absolute best concerts I’ve been to. The coordination was not very good when it came to the meet and greet, however. We were kicked out of the venue for going over time and had to wait in line in the rain outside.
Los Angeles, CA@
The Moroccan Lounge
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About Crywolf

Crywolf is back as he pushes the boundaries of delirium in his new single, “DRIP,” out everywhere now. Alongside the new release, Crywolf is also announcing a full-length album titled widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I], out on March 22nd, and a forthcoming US Spring tour.

“DRIP” is a glimpse into the mind of Justin Taylor Phillips, the multi-talented artist behind the Crywolf project. Frantic vocal delivery mixed with a cacophony of sounds; you can almost hear his mind fraying at the seams. The evocative lyricism, atmospheric percussion and haunting melodies create a dark, yet beautiful world.

On the new single and upcoming album, Crywolf writes, "one of the themes of this album is the exploration of the shadow - the darker, more difficult aspects of the human psyche. People often think they have one unified “personality,” but the truth is that we are made up of up to a dozen different personalities that are only loosely tied together. We feel like we have so much control over our actions and personality characteristics, but often when we pay close attention and are honest with ourselves, we can see that we can’t actually control or even explain large parts of who we are. 'DRIP' is the my process of staring into my brain and being brutally honest about some of the really difficult aspects of what I see there. It might not be, but it’s uncomfortably real."

Crywolf's forthcoming second career album, widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I] was birthed from a period of depression, hopelessness, anxiety, and addiction. While in the midst of creating this project, Crywolf was forced to take a pause after getting an entire album's worth of music and over $5,000 worth of gear stolen while abroad in Chile. Persevering through the heartbreak, with barely any equipment left, Crywolf headed to Patagonia, where he began to write in a small wooden cabin in the Huilo Huilo rainforest a place rumored to be haunted with thousands of lost souls. Back in the US, Crywolf continued his musical journey, visiting Twin Peaks, the Blue Ridge mountains, Reno, and the forests of Vancouver. His fascination with the unknown has been a driving force behind his artistic identity. Despite the troubles he ran into while abroad, he persevered and continued to make some of his most beautiful work yet. He calls this period of writing and traveling his 'quarter life crisis,' which can be heard in the hectic, yet organized chaos of “DRIP” — pulses of rhythm that bounce off the walls of the listener’s mind.

2019 is shaping up to be a powerful year for Crywolf. “DRIP” is only a peek into what is to come on his new album. His dynamic releases have garnered over 150 million streams, and the support of dream publications such as Consequence of Sound, NYLON, Billboard, Vice, and Complex, to name a few. Catch Crywolf on tour this Spring, with more dates to be announced soon:

March 22 - San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop/Popscene
April 4 - Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
April 5 - Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere (Zone One)
April 7 - Chicago, IL @ Chop Shop
May 2 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird
May 3 - Dallas, TX @ RBC Deep Ellum
May 10 - Los Angeles, CA @ 1720
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Indie, Indie Electronic
Band Members:
Justin Phillips
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

No upcoming shows
Send a request to Crywolf to play in your city
Request a Show

Live Photos of Crywolf

Crywolf at Austin, TX in Empire Control Room & Garage 2023
View All Photos

Bandsintown Merch

Circle Hat
$25.0 USD
Live Collage Sweatshirt
$45.0 USD
Rainbow T-Shirt
$30.0 USD
Circle Beanie
$20.0 USD

Fan Reviews

Bekka
May 23rd 2023
Crywolf & Away we’re so freaking AMAZING live!!!!! Definitely recommend seeing them both live! Will definitely go again when they come back through Austin.
Austin, TX@
Empire Control Room & Garage
Katelyn
February 18th 2020
Such an unreal, unforgettable, and intense night. It was a one-of-a-kind experience and I loved every second of it
Washington, DC@
U Street Music Hall
Beth
January 18th 2020
Was an amazing show! Crywolf puts on an unforgettable performance. One of the absolute best concerts I’ve been to. The coordination was not very good when it came to the meet and greet, however. We were kicked out of the venue for going over time and had to wait in line in the rain outside.
Los Angeles, CA@
The Moroccan Lounge
View More Fan Reviews

About Crywolf

Crywolf is back as he pushes the boundaries of delirium in his new single, “DRIP,” out everywhere now. Alongside the new release, Crywolf is also announcing a full-length album titled widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I], out on March 22nd, and a forthcoming US Spring tour.

“DRIP” is a glimpse into the mind of Justin Taylor Phillips, the multi-talented artist behind the Crywolf project. Frantic vocal delivery mixed with a cacophony of sounds; you can almost hear his mind fraying at the seams. The evocative lyricism, atmospheric percussion and haunting melodies create a dark, yet beautiful world.

On the new single and upcoming album, Crywolf writes, "one of the themes of this album is the exploration of the shadow - the darker, more difficult aspects of the human psyche. People often think they have one unified “personality,” but the truth is that we are made up of up to a dozen different personalities that are only loosely tied together. We feel like we have so much control over our actions and personality characteristics, but often when we pay close attention and are honest with ourselves, we can see that we can’t actually control or even explain large parts of who we are. 'DRIP' is the my process of staring into my brain and being brutally honest about some of the really difficult aspects of what I see there. It might not be, but it’s uncomfortably real."

Crywolf's forthcoming second career album, widow [OBLIVIØN Pt. I] was birthed from a period of depression, hopelessness, anxiety, and addiction. While in the midst of creating this project, Crywolf was forced to take a pause after getting an entire album's worth of music and over $5,000 worth of gear stolen while abroad in Chile. Persevering through the heartbreak, with barely any equipment left, Crywolf headed to Patagonia, where he began to write in a small wooden cabin in the Huilo Huilo rainforest a place rumored to be haunted with thousands of lost souls. Back in the US, Crywolf continued his musical journey, visiting Twin Peaks, the Blue Ridge mountains, Reno, and the forests of Vancouver. His fascination with the unknown has been a driving force behind his artistic identity. Despite the troubles he ran into while abroad, he persevered and continued to make some of his most beautiful work yet. He calls this period of writing and traveling his 'quarter life crisis,' which can be heard in the hectic, yet organized chaos of “DRIP” — pulses of rhythm that bounce off the walls of the listener’s mind.

2019 is shaping up to be a powerful year for Crywolf. “DRIP” is only a peek into what is to come on his new album. His dynamic releases have garnered over 150 million streams, and the support of dream publications such as Consequence of Sound, NYLON, Billboard, Vice, and Complex, to name a few. Catch Crywolf on tour this Spring, with more dates to be announced soon:

March 22 - San Francisco, CA @ Rickshaw Stop/Popscene
April 4 - Washington, DC @ U Street Music Hall
April 5 - Brooklyn, NY @ Elsewhere (Zone One)
April 7 - Chicago, IL @ Chop Shop
May 2 - Denver, CO @ Bluebird
May 3 - Dallas, TX @ RBC Deep Ellum
May 10 - Los Angeles, CA @ 1720
Show More
Genres:
Alternative, Indie, Indie Electronic
Band Members:
Justin Phillips
Hometown:
Los Angeles, California

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