Last updated on March 24th, 2020 at 06:59 pm
This Friday, get ready to switch to a colourful mood by letting music to take over your senses with our guest for this week’s episode of our feeder sound podcast series, Jack George at the controls.
Jack George grew up in Los Angeles and got into electronic music at a young age. Influenced by the disco grooves of the ’80s and the underground sound of Detroit’s techno pioneers, he began collecting records and experimenting with mixing, letting his passion to guide his path. Now, he’s currently based in Montreal doing what he likes best and that’s making people dance on his unique sets in various venues across the city such as StereoBar, Datcha and Velvet Speakeasy, among many others.
In time, he also dedicated himself to music-making, bringing forward amazing productions with Swiss label Chikyu-u Records, London-based Diferit Records, Romanian imprint Music Is Art and fratii.ro, a Brasilian platform who recently released his “Ode to S EP”. His works enjoy support from the likes of Richie Hawtin, Locic, Melodie, Gescu, Crihan and many other important names in the scene, so there’s definitely more coming. Stay tuned!
feeder sound 256 mixed by Jack George provides a perfectly balanced vibration that includes solid minimalistic compositions, deep techno oscillations and organic transitions. A constant flow of energy is felt throughout the set which was recorded live at an undisclosed location in Montreal, so we advise you to turn the volume up and enjoy every moment of it! 🔊
Given the unfortunate events that are happening all over the world these days, we encourage you to stay safe by any means necessary. While you’ll probably spend more time online, here are some music and video recommendations together with a fresh workshop on feeder.ro
Words by AndreiB
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Since 2008, Save or Cancel is a medium of communication and propagation of the arts and culture, promoting and facilitating their role in contemporary society.
The self-initiated multidisciplinary programs of Save or Cancel aim to identify sustainable and adaptable opportunities for (re) valorization of the existence through architectural, cultural and editorial projects.
feeder sound is a showcase of local and international talent alike comprised of DJ sets and fresh tunes meticulously curated in a sound collection which promotes mutual recognition and cultural exchange between musicians worldwide.