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Low Jack
Breizh

Low Jack is aptly named. The electronic musician is utterly fascinated by bass, and transforms this interest into some of the most exciting bass excursions I've heard in ages. Track after track on Breizh sounds like an underwater detonation, ripples spiraling out onto the surface. On Hospital Productions.

Low Jack
Jingles du Lieu-dit

Editions Gravats boss Low Jack continues to be one of the most interesting and original voices in the clubsphere. Jingles du Lieu-dit - the sequel to 2018’s Riddims du Lieu-dit - is a set of anarcho-dancehall with a strong anti-nuke message. There are strong whiffs of The Bug, Ossia and fellow Editions Gravats buddie Clara! to this EP, and that means we’re all for it.

Low Jack and Clara!
Les Disques De La Bretagne

Mutant dancehall from the now fully up and running Les Disques De La Bretagnes a sublabel of Editions Gravats. Clara! (who appeared on La Bretagnes previous release) is joined here by Low Jack for a double LP full of weird sounds and wonky rhythms that none the less are truly explosive on the dance floor.

Low Jack
Riddims du Lieu-dit

Low Jack is back with this eight-track record, featuring his half of the Glacial Dancehall 2 Tape, as part of Editions Gravats' Les Disques de la Bretagne series. Expect scrappy dancehall bangers, freaky beats and irresistible bogling bass, laced with tweaking synths and heavy, heady 90s-inspired jams. 

B-Ball Joints (Low Jack)
Blue Boy Joints

Blue Boy Joints is the twelve-track release from B-Ball Joints. A complete and utter dissection of techno that has been glued back together with absolute menace and disorder. Although it might take some time for your brain to readjust to the new noises that it’s hearing, give it time and collapse into the madness. Available on Vinyl LP.
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Phillippe Hallais
An American Hero

Philippe Hallais has been producing as Low Jack for some time, but here he steps out under his own name for the first time, presenting some rather different experiments. An American Hero finds Hallais taking on the tropes of, er, ESPN sports documentaries, presenting a suite of ambientish tracks that trace out the ghost of one of these generic narratives. An American Hero is released by Modern Love.
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Low Jack
Lighthouse Stories

Low Jack joins the Modern Love roster for his Lighthouse Stories. Don’t let the idyllic title fool you, this is a collection of avant-garde electronics and far-out club music pushed to the limits of genre. The songs borrow the alien sounds and structures of footwork, but twisted into intense SND and Autechre style jams.

Low Jack
Sewing Machine

Parisian denizen Low Jack rocks up with this fucked-up sounding dance record: yes! Sewing Machine is tooled up for clubs and dancefloors no doubt, but smoothness is not the idea here. Instead, distortion and harsh blasts crowd around the more ‘traditional’ elements, making for a heavy, as well as a groovy, ride. On In Paradisum.

Low Jack
Imaginary Boogie

Paris-based producer and Rinse France regular Low Jack follows his first release for Trilogy Tapes - a lengthy mixtape on cassette which followed in the footsteps of contemporaries Ben UFO, Kassem Mosse and Dean Blunt -- with a new six-track 12-inch Imaginary Boogie. Expect hazy and immersive electronica.
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