Posted on: February 25, 2014 Posted by: James McQuiston Comments: 0


2014 is set to be another massive year for UK electronic duo, Jack Beats, with the announcement of their forthcoming Beatbox EP, which lands on March 18th via OWSLA. Lead track “Beatbox” is classic Jack Beats, with an intro of warm synths, vocal loops and forward-thinking electronics that hypnotize listeners’ senses before an irresistible bassline accelerates the cut into a club smash. On the flip sits “The Ill Shit”, a track that personifies the duo’s ability to demolish dance floors with their own brand of big beats.

Boasting the likes of Zane Lowe and Annie Mac as longtime admirers, Nail Dailly and Ben Geffin, AKA Jack Beats, are renowned as one of the most talented electronic outfits on the scene. From winning multiple awards to working with some of the most respected figures in dance music such as Diplo and Skrillex, Jack Beats’ latest offering is another master class in genre-defying.

From their early releases on Cheap Thrills, through to their most recent work for Skrillex’s OWSLA, Jack Beats have always demonstrated a sharp awareness when it comes to producing music that’s at the electronic vanguard. As well as the release of the Beatbox EP, Jack Beats have also stepped up to mix the 74th installment of the legendary FABRICLIVE series, due out in March.

The release of Beatbox’ is set to win over even more admirers for Jack Beats who, as their FABRICLIVE mix also demonstrates, never stand still, coating their trademark sound with a fresh lick of paint for 2014.

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