One of the forefathers of tropical-inspired electronic music has returned with a bold new direction and the same feel-good energy.
It's a best-of-both-worlds scenario as longtime fans of Thomas Jack re-embrace the Australian producer following a four-year hiatus.
Jack's career certainly wasn't one you'd up and leave behind without good reason. The pioneering "Rivers" producer is widely credited with having had a role in coining the term "tropical house" after a friend jokingly suggested he adopt the terminology based on how his music sounded.
That's because his music channeled the exotic sounds of summer across the world. Uplifting and carefree, Jack's music was breezy, light and distinct in its employment of eclectic instrumentation. Nonetheless, the forward-thinking artist decided to take a step back in order to move forward—and that meant walking away from the limelight. Nonetheless, he did so knowing what needed to be done in order to take his music forward.
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