Jack Fell Down "King of Clubs"
After releasing records with labels like DFA and Exploited, elusive deep-house pair Jack Fell Down is back on Southern Fried with the Either Way EP. For such a casual title, the London outfit's tunes are rather solid and serious, picking up right where the vibe of its first record for Southern Fried left off. Specifically, lead cut "Kings of Clubs" is a jacking, 808-driven tune that slowly matures throughout the duration of the song with its swelling synths, intoxicating vocal clips, and soft pads. If the music catches your ear, make sure to stream snippets of the rest of Jack Fell Down's new record, after the jump.
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