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"One day in Berlin … Brian eno came running in and said, ‘I have heard the sound of the future.’ … he puts on ‘I Feel Love’, by Donna Summer … He said, ‘This is it, look no further. This single is going to change the sound of club music for the next fifteen years.’ Which was more or less right."
— David Bowie
Lives on.
  • A selection of stills from our music video for ‘Being With You’ - Coming soon!
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    Stills from Jack Fell Down Music Video

  • A selection of stills from our music video for ‘Being With You’ - Coming soon!
Listen Here.

    Stills from Jack Fell Down Music Video

  • A selection of stills from our music video for ‘Being With You’ - Coming soon!
Listen Here.

    Stills from Jack Fell Down Music Video

  • A selection of stills from our music video for ‘Being With You’ - Coming soon!
Listen Here.

    Stills from Jack Fell Down Music Video

  • A selection of stills from our music video for ‘Being With You’ - Coming soon!
Listen Here.

    Stills from Jack Fell Down Music Video

  • A selection of stills from our music video for ‘Being With You’ - Coming soon!
Listen Here.

    Stills from Jack Fell Down Music Video

→ Jack Fell Down Live in Italy - Tune in!

We’re in with Sarah Main on Italy’s m2o. LEGGO!

-We’ll upload the show to our Soundcloud shortly.

Jack Fell Down - Fake My Love
Word.

We are living in an age where millions of colours became 256. Music has become irrelevant, something to fill the silence on TV adverts. One trick ponies pass off dance classics as their own and hip hop artists make trance. Generic culture has hypnotised us into generic patterns and generic patterns produce generic art. Art has made money stupid, and money has made us fools. 

We have forgotten what we like, why we go to clubs, why we dance. Tracks released last month are old. Nights exist just to facilitate facebook updates and dancing is strictly prohibited. Dance music grew up as part of a generation that thought it could help improve society; that our sole function was to be conscious and to spread that consciousness through creative awareness, exploration, observation and questioning. One Love.

This generation was replaced by the mantra of Culture=Money. Thinkers became earners, Creatives became entertainers, and a whole dumbed-down generation now feels entitled to success and profit without having to work or think too much.

We are now left with a spiritual hollowness. The belief systems of consumption and commodity have been exposed as empty. Revolution is a distant echo lost in the white noise, and religion has been largely subsumed by globalisation. Virtual experiences have replaced human touch and analogue culture is now the exotic.

We have managed to create for our children, perhaps for the first time in history, a future which is less hopeful than the one we live in today.

Next time we ‘like’ that next big track or retweet the new guy’s mix we should ask ourselves when was the last time you encountered any culture that you can say was really dangerous, that actually challenged anything?

Jackfelldown.