Jacques Greene has announced a new EP.
The Toronto-based artist, who recently shared a number of early, out of print tracks from his back catalogue, will return to LuckyMe later this month with five-track EP, 'Fantasy'.
Jacques Greene is lining up a compilation of unreleased and classic tracks of his.
The release, titled 'ANTH01' and forthcoming on LuckyMe, collects a number of early, out of print tracks from his back catalogue, with the music featured across the compilation spanning the first decade of his career.
Classic tracks such as 'The Look', 'Another Girl' and 'By Your Side' all feature in remastered form, in addition to collaborations with the likes of Koreless and How To Dress Well.
India's Boxout FM online radio station will this weekend host a 48-hour fundraiser for the ongoing COVID-19 relief effort in India.
A lineup of artists from across the world will contribute mixes to the fundraiser, and all proceeds will be donated to GiveIndia, a not-for-profit organisation working to help COVID-19 patients, their families, and healthcare workers in the country right now.
Among the DJs and artists contributing exclusive sets to the station are Jacques Greene, Leon Vynehall, Bok Bok, Jubilee, Kindness, Coldcut, Daedelus, Nina Las Vegas, Truncate and Violet.
Jacques Greene's 'Dawn Chorus' has been remixed by various artists for an expanded album package.
Slated for release later this month, 'Dawn Chorus (Deluxe)' features a total of 23 tracks, comprising of the album's 12 original tracks, alongside 11 remixes.
“Lately I’ve been recovering from the initial blast of the release of the album,” Jacques Greene tells DJ Mag. “I’m feeling grateful, accomplished, and tired.”
His first release, ‘The Look’, feels a long way away from ‘Dawn Chorus’, but there are still some echoes between them: a sentimental tone, chopped, pitched-up vocals, and glittering synths. The same can be said for its follow-up, ‘Another Girl’, again released through LuckyMe, where a tender sample of Ciara’s ‘Deuces’ adds a glossy sheen to the track.
Those ghostly qualities were his hazy memories of post-rave moments. “I kept thinking about leaving after-parties,” he explains. “Walking home, trying to finally fall asleep when your curtain isn’t thick enough and it’s bright out.” These sentiments can be heard through-out the album: from opening track ‘Serenity’, a drum-heavy but soft journey through spiralling sonics; an amalgamation of abrasive and smooth textures, it feels much like those confusing, early morning hours.
Alongside his heart-achingly beautiful productions, Greene is well-established as a DJ and live artist. His 2017 appearance on Boiler Room in Montreal, where he performed ‘Feel Infinite’ live in its entirety, is one for the books, but his 2012 garage-tinged DJ set on Boiler Room is excellent, too. Right now, he’s at the end of a hectic year of shows, pulling together more music for release.
Jacques Greene ‘Understand’
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Gene Tellem ‘Chipped’
Nocow ‘Far Voices’
Nightwave ‘Dakini Dance’
Jacques Greene ‘Sibling’
Project Pablo ‘Pill’
S P A ‘Ring Di Alarm’
J Chrysalis ‘Latent Space’
Joy O ‘Burn (ft. Infinite & Mansur Brown)’
Kazu ‘Salty (Nosaj Thing remix)’
Rising Sun ‘Ambient’
Jacques Greene ‘Stars’
Jacques Greene has announced his new album, 'Dawn Chorus'.
The Canadian DJ/producer, who last released a full-length album in 2017 with 'Feel Infinite', returns to the Glasgow-based LuckyMe with his latest project.
'Dawn Chorus' will be released on the 18th October, and features twelve glossy tracks that traverse house, electro and breaks in Greene's masterful style.
Listen to the first single to be shared from the album 'Do It Without You' below and pre-order the album here.
With Chicago's Pitchfork Festival this weekend (July 19-21), catch Ray-Ban X Boiler Room 002 on Saturday July 20 for the official festival afterparty.
Join the very limited RSVP list to catch Nicolas Jarr playing an exclusive DJ set, plus further exclusives from Jacques Greene and Todd Edwards. They're joined by local Teklife DJs Rashad, Spinn, Traxman and Mannt, plus a crew of footwork dancers, and Ryan Hemsworth.