An endless passion for music, for WCRT.
for discovery, for people, for life.

Wolves Can Riot brings you the best of the Electronica genre with tones of rock and roll. His live sets are an audiovisual experience with theatrical elements and powerful guitar skills, that makes it one of a kind show. He has released tracks ranging from Electro House to DNB and his early works that contained a much more Techno vibe. Performing in several important festivals like: EDC Puerto Rico, Electric Holiday, The Day After (Panama) Life In Color Puerto Rico, Beach Bombing among others.


Wolves Can Riot has played with the following artists: Skrillex, Zedd, Tchami, Nervo, Tiesto, Martin Garrix, Mija, Dirtyphonics, Hardwell, Carnage, Knife Party, Kill The Noise, Wolfgang Gartner, Borgore, Cut Copy, The Prodigy, Crystal Method, Above and Beyond, The Bloody Beetroots ,Holy Ghost, Auto Body, Rednek, Home Video, Roni Size, Boys Noize, Sean Kingston, Cultura Profetica, Calle 13.

After graduating from Berklee College of Music with a degree in Professional Music, WCRT and his former band Bodega Sonica moved to Madrid, Spain to promote their self-produced album, “Radio Libre America”. After several months of touring the band relocated to San Juan, Puerto Rico to begin the production of their third album “Las Estrellas Se Estrellan”. Since his arrival to the island Wilfre has worked with several artist as a Producer/ Engineer/Musician, names like Celestina Robot, Calle 13, Los Leones (Jowell y Randy), Dave Resnik,Tego Calderon. He released two albums with his former band Celestina Robot. But since 2012 went solo as Wolves Can Riot and currently Co-Owner of Golden Pineapple Records.

"It's time
to change
The rules"


La pasión por la musica nunca muere. Crece cada dia mas.

“A diferencia de otros colegas, en mi show en vivo, llevo un espectáculo audiovisual, con elementos teátricos, como mi máscara, y elementos de rock en vivo con la guitarra. Mi meta es que más que un simple DJ set, sea una experiencia para el fanático”, expresó Wilfre en un comunicado de prensa. Y es que, a diferencia de otros movimientos musicales locales, la música electrónica puertorriqueña ya define su organigrama, con su público y su industria particular, que se mueve en distintos campos, desde el manejo y ‘booking’ de artistas hasta todo lo que tenga que ver con mediática.” –HERMES AYALA Dialogo Digital