Crywolf Taps Fytch For “QUIXOTE” Remix From OBLIVIØN [Reimagined] Series
Up next in Crywolf’s OBLIVIØN [Reimagined] series, musical enigma Fytch is bringing his distinctive sound to Crywolf’s track “QUIXOTE.”
Much like Crywolf, Fytch is a trailblazer in the electronic space, marrying elements of rock and electronica in order to create a soundscape that is simultaneously of this earth and otherworldly. Incorporating digital production with techniques from his classical music background, Fytch’s sound is constantly evolving to create music that makes people feel.
On his choice to remix “QUIXOTE,” Fytch writes that he was “particularly captivated by the hypnotic rhythm guitar line in the intro.” He continues, “the way the song then opens up with those beautiful harmonies in the middle is a treat, and I simply couldn’t resist taking my own spin on it.”
Crywolf, otherwise known as Justin Taylor Phillips, is a producer, vocalist, and multi-instrumentalist based in Los Angeles, CA. Constantly challenging the expectation that an artist must fit into one singular genre, he ruthlessly colors outside of the lines, carving his own musical path, leading to a unique and often indefinable sound.
A full apocalyptic orchestra one moment, a lullaby whispered in the listener’s ear the next; Crywolf’s haunting vocals, abstract lyricism, atmospheric beats, and cinematic instrumentals could be the soundtrack to a lucid dream.
After releasing his 16-track album widow [OBLIVION pt. 1], Crywolf relocated to Bali to focus on creating part 2 of the widow album, slated for release later this year.