Jacques Greene has laid out a promising template for an energetic blend of UK garage and affected female vocals within the kind emo-dubstep terrain first staked out by Burial and later pursued by labels like Hessle Audio and acts like Pangaea and Ramadanman. Along with other LuckyMe acolytes such as Lunice and Ango – with whom the producer also shared the stage at Red Bull Music Academy events – Greene belongs to a generation of Montreal electronic musicians who has looked right past techno to hip-hop and the UK for influences.
At age 29 and after nine years of making music, Jacques Greene is more interested in the evolution of this genre of music and how it transforms itself in contact with software, fashion, the Internet, pop and RnB.
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"Fever Focus" (LuckyMe 2018), "Feel Infinite" (LuckyMe 2017),
Jacques Greene has produced for vocalists Katy B, Tinashe and How to Dress Well, and has remixed Radiohead, Autre Ne Veut, Shlohmo, and many others. He has also expanded his collaborations to include fashion with cult Canadian designer Rad Hourani and art institutions including London's Tate Modern.