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House music revisionists tend to revere the style’s warmest elements. But Montreal producer Jacques Greene doesn’t take that rosy approach on his debut LP. On “Falls,” he breaks down a sultry female vocal into something less delicate, like a texture for building an independent rhythm. And while the thrumming bassline that drives “To Say” definitely has a vintage vibe, it swerves and bobs playfully enough to never feel too nostalgic. The winner here, though, is “True,” where How to Dress Well’s Tom Krell sounds like he’s gleefully ad-libbing over a warped R&B track.


Born: Montreal, Canada

Genre: Electronic

Years Active: '10s

Jacques Greene is an acclaimed Canadian DJ and electronic music producer known for his house tracks, which often incorporate R&B and U.K. garage influences. Through several well-received singles on labels like Night Slugs and LuckyMe, Greene (along with artists like Disclosure and Kingdom) was instrumental in updating house for a post-millennial audience, merging the U.K.-born post-dubstep/future bass sound with contemporary R&B. Born Philippe Aubin-Dionne, the Montreal-based producer began releasing...
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