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Patrick Thomas McDevitt (born February 23, 1991), known professionally as Jaenga, is an American electronic music producer, DJ and Filmmaker. Growing up in an Air Force family and moving around the world most of his young life, Patrick settled down in New York at the age of 17. After attending the School of Visual Arts in 2009 and being the only student from the school ever nominated for the prestigious ASC Harris Savides Student Heritage Award, Patrick went on to direct and shoot music videos and tour videos for musicians such as Lorde, Mt. Eden and Tristam. Most notably, his work on "David Gahan and Soulsavers," featured in Rolling Stone in December 2015.

Patrick started his electronic music project, "Jaenga" in 2013 after releasing his debut single, "Sharkskin", and has since went on to release singles that range anywhere from House, Dubstep and Trap. His third track released landed over 50,000 plays on the first month of its release. In the past year, Jaenga has performed repeatedly at venues such as Marquee NYC, Slake NYC, and Webster Hall, and closed out in spectacular fashion for the "Pegboard Nerds" on Webster Hall's main stage.

Jaenga was written up in the November 2015 edition of Bitcandy's "Top Electro House | Week 47," sharing the spotlight with Deadmau5 and Kill the Noise.