2017 Best Music: Jacques Greene

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Jacques Greene is blessed with the ability to create music that not only makes you feel good but makes you want to move.

This spring Jacques Greene released his debut album “Feel Infintite” on March 8th, 2017 via LuckyMe Records. The Montreal native has always had a knack for being a DJ and music tastemaker mixing artists and beats that were energetic and unique. By immersing his own self into others’ electric sounds, Jacques was asked by artists Radiohead and Sampha to create remixes for them, and was invited to tour and DJ live at their official after parties. Many fans in attendance became familiar with his style of downtempo music immersed with techno beats and house classics. Highlighted within his magnetic technique, an overall tempo and cascading drum fusion of samples and phrases created their own soundscape. As Jacques kept developing his own style, a pure heartfelt emotion could be heard from his own additions to a remix, providing a different perspective of meaning to the aspect of an original song.

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Jacques Greene – You Can’t Deny

(from the album, “Feel Infinite” 2017)

Jacques Greene – To Say

(from the album, “Feel Infinite” 2017)


Jacques Greene ft Tinashe – Painted Faces

“Got in a studio with Tinashe in January 2013. We made this song in a day. So good to get to work with her. Shouts to yourstru.ly for making that happen. (VIA yourstru.ly/songsfromscratch/)”


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