Jacques Greene : On Jacques Greene’s 2017 debut album, Feel Infinite, the Toronto DJ/producer used sensual, sample-heavy R&B-house to evoke the unique sense of human connection that can be found
Jacques Greene : On Jacques Greene’s 2017 debut album, Feel Infinite, the Toronto DJ/producer used sensual, sample-heavy R&B-house to evoke the unique sense of human connection that can be found inside a dance club-an environment that has helped shape his career and identity since he began throwing parties as a teenager. Here, on his wistful follow-up, he expresses the same fondness for club culture—it’s way of blurring the lines between euphoria and exhaustion, night and morning, adolescence and adulthood—but from a distance. “I feel like one era of my life is ending and another is beginning,” he tells Apple Music a few days after his 30th birthday. “This album is a love letter to that era of staying up all night with your friends.” (Apple Music)
Martyn Bootyspoon : The name Martyn Bootyspoon might seem ridiculous, but he takes humour seriously. As Max Pearl noted in a review of last year’s Silk Eternity EP, Montreal’s Jason Voltaire makes dance music “saturated with charisma.” His music is an odd but undeniable mix of eroticism and whimsy, which might also seem ridiculous if it wasn’t so convincing. (Resident Advisor)
Otto: It’s Otto, enough said!
Heavy Pleasure : A force to be reckoned with, Heavy Pleasure will put it on yea in all the right way.
13 (Friday) 11:00 pm - 14 (Saturday) 4:30 am
The Howlin Wolf
907 S Peters St, New Orleans, LA 70130