Giveaway: Jacques Greene brings After Life After Party to the Rickshaw

Electronic producer Jacques Greene has a new EP out today, After Life After Party. Greene told The Fader that his latest tracks arrived from experimentation with limits: "These tracks were born out of experimenting with a bit of self-imposed restraints," Greene told us over email. "Afterlife was a particular sound palette I wanted to stick to and see what would come of it. '1 4 Me' was trying to challenge myself to keep an arrangement dead simple. They came out of a period that was actually really prolific for me and I hope to share more soon, but these two [...]

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Editors' Picks: What We've Been Listening to This Week (MINKS, Joseph Childress, Jacques Greene, Daughter)

Minks (Photo: DM Harrington) Ben: I spent a significant period of time in traffic last weekend failing to identify which '80s or '90s British band it is that MINKS seems to be emulating on Tides End. Brooklynite Sean Kilfoyle's latest LP has a classic feel -- sleek, nimble indie pop -- but he ultimately avoids being pegged as "the new" anybody. That's a good thing too, because the songs are winners, especially "Painted Indian", which I have found myself circling back to a lot lately -- there's something about the way the chorus is phrased that is pure [...]

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