This week, Montreal-based producer Jacques Greene returns with a brand new track, titled Afterglow, his third release of 2016 following his August single You Can’t Deny and his Frank Ocean edit. Afterglow is a classic Jacques Greene club record, its repeating mantra diving deeper into the night with euphoric, rather than hedonistic feelings for these strange times. Afterglow… Read more »
Montreal producer Jacques Greene has shared a brand new track, titled You Can’t Deny, his first release since 2014’s Phantom Vibrate and After Life, After Party EP’s. You Can’t Deny is out now through his usual home of LuckyMe, and is available to stream via SoundCloud, Spotify and Apple Music. Apparently, the song also marks… Read more »
Montreal producer Jacques Greene has released the title track off his newly released EP, After Life After Party. “These tracks were born out of experimenting with a bit of self-imposed restraints. Afterlife was a particular sound palette I wanted to stick to and see what would come of it. 1 4 me was trying to… Read more »
Fresh from dropping his widely-praised Small World mixtape a few weeks ago, Atlanta’s Rome Fortune has collaborated with Montreal producer Jacques Greene for the rappers latest cut, Pure. The track sees the ever eccentric Fortune venting his frustrations over a bed of stand-out production courtesy of the equally prolific Greene, who released his After Life… Read more »
Jacques Greene‘s After Life After Party EP drops November 11 through LuckyMe. This is set to be the Montreal producer’s second release of 2014, following Phantom Vibrate, and coincides with a headlining show this Friday at London’s Roundhouse. “These tracks were born out of experimenting with a bit of self-imposed restraints. Afterlife was a particular… Read more »
Jacques Greene may have only just dropped his Phantom Vibrate EP, but the Canadian producer and Silver Soundz favourite has already made plans to release a remix collection for the effort later this month. The collection will feature remixes from Stockholm producer Yung Gud, London producer Kit Grill, Area Forty One, and a lush remix… Read more »
Canadian electronic/house producer Jacques Greene dropped his Phantom Vibrate EP earlier today via LuckyMe. Listen to a glitchy cut from it entitled Feel What. Pick up your copy of Phantom Vibrate here.
Canadian producer Jacques Greene drops the TRUSST / Melissa Matos-directed video to No Excuse, a track that’s taken from his forthcoming Phantom Vibrate EP. Phantom Vibrate is due April 28 on LuckyMe.
No Excuse is taken from Jacques Greene‘s forthcoming Phantom Vibrate EP, due April 28 on LuckyMe.
Canadian DJ/producer Jacques Greene today dropped an awesome edit of Sampha’s Can’t Get Close. The original track was featured on the Sampha’s brilliant Dual EP, which dropped this year. You can grab Jacques Greene’s edit for free, as part of Scotland’s LuckyMe annual advent calendar. Download the edit from Luckyme and stream below: