Breaking crowns with their smooth, synth-struck melodies since launching in 2012, Jack Fell Down are making some serious waves on the deep house scene right now. With four tracks in total, this EP shows the duo at their most extensive and comprehensive. Boasting the distinctive confident laziness of vocalist Stee Downes throughout, across the EP you’ll drift away to a whole new world on the deep, dubby title track, you’ll bump and grind to the 2 Bears-style “No Way” and you’ll lie back and receive a full mind massage from “Just Begun”. Jack Fell Down… and the vibes came tumbling after.
We got together with our mates at Juno Download for a takeover on the Deep House page - To say thank you we let the have some free music to give away.
Released 3rd June 2013
Vinyl / Digital
A1 Ejeca - Robodrum
A2 Frank B - Trieste
B1 Jack Fell Down - For You
B2 Tom Flynn - Going On
Buy the vinyl : www.juno.co.uk/ppps/products/489323-01.htm
This is a quality number!
Definitely in the box for the weekend. Tight beats and a huge sounding lead.
The arrangement deserves a mention too…
The truth about Daft Punk
"We’ve got much more control than money. You can’t get everything. We live in a society where money is what people want, so they can’t get the control. We chose. Control is freedom. People say we’re control freaks, but control is controlling your destiny without controlling other people.
—Thomas Bangalter, in regards to the duo’s creative control and freedom”
Dick on that you commercial loving Guetta sucking deadmau5 loving idiots.
With an attitude like this it’s easy to see why they have stood the test of time and still appear to be in touch with the moda
Before Snoop and Guetta there was this – Marshall Jefferson - Move Your Body
When smoking in CLUBS was the norm and ecstasy was being blamed for the demise of conservative Britain, a retaliation to the oppression of bankers fat wallets, high unemployment, corrupt politics and media scandals was manifesting in “everyday people” both young and old.
This systemic torture on society built up through the relentless nature of Monday to Friday before exploding in warehouses and nightclubs throughout the UK in an ultraviolet, RAVE styled mess.
It’s all to easy to sit and talk about the good old days, the days when music wasn’t FREE, free parties were really FREE and big business did not spoon feed diluted media to sheep convinced of there own individuality BUT the time is upon us AGAIN.
An uprising boils with intent, and in the only way we know how HISTORY WILL REPEAT ITSELF and we will become one again.
We are JACK FELL DOWN thanks for listening…
Our main Man Stee Downes gives Daft Punk some love.
Really loopy stuff makes the vocal really stand out! TURN IT UP
Look out for our collaboration coming in June
A musical wet dream - Bruce Springsteen and Trentemøller
What else can you say
Let The Machines Do The Work - One Love (BBB007) Blah Blah Blah Records
Such a monster record - Get Excited for this!
The vocal is huge, the track is just rude!
Jimpster first made us aware of this incredible track in his Freerange Podcast in Late March and we have only just got around to blogging it.
An incredibly wholesome vocal layers up over a 80’s melancholic chord riff and simple stripped back House Beats.
It’s a limited vinyl release so digital jocks are best not to get too excited.
Justin Jay “Into The Night (Jack Fell Down’s Garage Mix)”
Remixes for Justin Jays debut EP on Southern Fried Records.
It’s our new year mix. These are the tracks that killed it for you and for us this year! Big up 2012!