Not much is known about Jack Fell Down and that’s the way they like it. The duo values their anonymity; if they continue at the pace they have set in recent months, though, they are unlikely to be able to keep it that way. Setting themselves the ambitious task of “challenging generic culture” this pair has clocked up a number of Top 10s on Juno, as well as taking over the whole of the Juno Download website, being featured on XLR8R and Beatport contributing a podcast to the Data Transmission series. Their sound is deep and classy and ranges from disco inflected to more garage and r&b inspired, with releases on esteemed labels like Home Taping Is Killing Music, DFA and Southern Fried Records.
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 seems 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 the connoisseur house imprints Quintessentials and Manucci’s Mistress as well as a return to Southern Fried. Their previous releases have all received great reviews from critical press outlets like Mixmag and DJ Mag, proving that Jack Fell Down are true to their words: they sure do it different.