Not much is known about Jack Fell Down and they like it that way. They clearly value their anonymity, you just have to consult their webpage to get a feel for what the guys stand for. Opting instead to work in obscurity Jack Fell Down have set themselves the ambitious task of “challenging generic culture.”
Either way the pair seem to be making all the right noises. Each release they have had to date has charted in the Juno top 10 including their new 12″ on Home Taping Is Killing Music. With regular plays on Radio 1 their ‘low-slung sexy house’ opened Jaymo & Andy George’s brand new Moda compilation along side acts like Eats Everything, Disclosure and The 2Bears. The pair seem confident to continue in this path also, tweeting recently that their ‘best work was yet to come’ and that they have releases lined up with Mannucci’s Mistress, a boutique label pressing only 10″ vinyls and their musical home Southern Fried Records.
No matter your opinion, Jack Fell Down do it different.