From Motown to Uptown, Soul Jazz to Nu Jazz, New Wave to No Wave, Old School to New School to No School: Jeremy Glenn personifies the contemporary music mentality with all of its forms and functions. Whether making music under his alias Makeshift, collaborating with Rod Skimmins as The Makeover, or alternately producing as Jeremy Glenn, the young Canadian singer, songwriter, producer always manages to leave a strong imprint on everything he produces, making it unmistakably his.
Jeremy Glenn’s most recent release, the New Life EP, hit the stores last month on June 20th via Australian label Future Classic. The EP includes two versions of the title track and two original songs, “Found A Love” and “Overtime”. You can sample a deliciously summery rework of “New Life” below…
Besides his talent as a composer, Jeremy’s DJing skills have also led him to share the decks with James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem), Tensnake and Andy Butler (Hercules & Love Affair), Alexander Robotnick or Aeroplane. In the past couple of years he has remixed tracks for the likes of Panic Bomber, Washed Out, Woodhands, Piper Davis, Circle Search.
Get more music, info and tour dates on Jeremy Glenn’s MySpace. If you like what you hear, you can buy the New Life EP on