Internationally touring producer, singer and multi-instrumentalist specialising in electronic music & hip hop. Capable in many genres. I've been supported by Pete Tong on BBC Radio 1, worked with 2 Grammy winning artists Lupe Fiasco (Producer), Clean Bandit (Remixer) and had an original song break 10 million streams on Spotify.
I have 10+ years experience writing / producing / mixing / mastering. I've learned every aspect of the process required to take an idea from it's very beginning right through to a radio-ready finished product. I have a classical background with a strong theoretical knowledge and often play piano/guitar/bass/drums as well as sing on my own records. I've toured extensively across the world, and played some iconic festivals/venues like Red Rocks & Lollapalooza.
I'm excited to offer my skillset to the right projects and work on music that I feel a connection with. Whatever your requirements are; production, instrumental recording, synth programming, mixing, mastering, song-writing, lyrics, arrangement, vocal-production (tuning/alignment/recording),or all of the above. I can also act as a consultant/ executive producer, giving artist guidance & oversight to the single, EP or album. Let's chat and figure out how I can help you.
Label credits include: Ultra, Island, UMG, Atlantic, Interscope, Sony, GroundUp Music, Black Butter, Roche Musique, Mind of a Genius, Toolroom, Spinnin, Armada Music, Nervous Records
Producer/Remixer credits include: Lupe Fiasco, Louis The Child, Clean Bandit, Lettuce, Charlotte Cardin, Emancipator, Markus Schultz, Zimmer, Felix Cartal, Goldfish, Klangstof, The Kite String Tangle, SAINT WKND, Hotel Garuda, Fly By Midnight, Embody, Goldroom & more
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5 Reviews - 1 Repeat ClientEndorse jackLNDN
This is our second time working with Jack and again we had a great experience. He understood our vision and worked with it while adding in a lot of creative touches to help it reach its potential. Very receptive to feedback and always a clear communicator. If you want your electronic song to sound fresh and professional, look no further.
From start to finish working with Jack has been amazing. He made sure to understand our vision and was always very communicative, receptive, and quick on turnaround. He helped transform our rough idea into something professional sounding and fully fleshed out, and had some ideas and touches that helped us exceed our own expectations for the track. We will be requesting his services again.
I am currently taking Audio Engineering Classes at CU Denver and I learned more from Jack in one session than I have in the three years here at CU, don't get me wrong I love my professors, however, Jack does an incredible job of conveying more information in less time and making it all understandable.
Jack was the perfect creative partner for my most recent project. His ear for production, arrangement, instrumentation, and mixing is remarkable. Jack's fun to work with, brings good vibes to every session, and stays flexible through the whole process. Will definitely look to work with Jack again.
Jack is an awesome producer and great engineer, would definitely suggest him for anything in the world of deep house, tech house, funky house, uk garage, nu disco, or other vocal heavy electronic / EDM vibes.
Interview with jackLNDN
Q: Tell us about a project you worked on you are especially proud of and why. What was your role?
A: Upcoming remix album for the Grammy nominated Lettuce (my favourite band & guardians of the funk)
Q: What's your 'promise' to your clients?
A: To do everything in my ability to make your track sound good as it possibly can. I'll only take on your project if I genuinely vibe with it & feel I can truly help.
Q: What do you like most about your job?
A: I get to help people achieve the sound they've always dreamed of. Sometimes people tell me stories of how my music changed their life, it's pretty mindblowing to think you can impact another human in such a powerful way. I never intended it to do that, I was simply putting my emotions and feelings into music.
Q: What was your career path? How long have you been doing this?
A: I started as a DJ at Fabric in London over 10 years ago and quickly moved into music production. Since then I've played all over the world at clubs & festivals and worked with some incredible artists along the way. 5 years ago I moved from the UK to the USA, to help further my touring career and grow key markets. I've played as far away as Japan, China, Korea & Thailand, plenty in Europe and over 50 cities across 30 states in the USA.
Q: How would you describe your style?
A: Deep, soulful, groovy, melodic.... also 'chill' (but not by me, they just play my music on SiriusXM Chill quite often haha)
Q: Which artist would you like to work with and why?
A: Disclosure; I can't think of another artist has remained so firmly in my favourites for so many years.
Q: What type of music do you usually work on?
A: Usually electronic and especially house, but I love all genres and have produced pop, rock, hip hop, drum & bass, dubstep, glitch-hop, trance, lo-fi, ambient, reggae, indie/folk and pretty much anything you can imagine. I'm always open to trying new and different things so don't be afraid to inquire if you desire something extra experimental.
Q: Can you share one music production tip?
A: Try to mix as you go; Put things in their appropriate place within the stereo field and do the necessary EQ's so you always have a true representation of where the track is at, no matter what stage you are at.
Q: What's your strongest skill?
Q: What other musicians or music production professionals inspire you?
A: Snarky Puppy, Pharrell Williams, Disclosure, Herbie Hancock
Q: What's the biggest misconception about what you do?
A: People think I'm simply a DJ, when it's a tiny fraction of what I do. I have actually been touring with a live show for 3 years, so when I perform it's usually that. Singing and playing keys live.
Q: What advice do you have for a customer looking to hire a provider like you?
A: Make sure you have a clear idea of your vision for the project, even if you don't have the music yet.
Q: What do you bring to a song?
A: An experienced analytical ear to all the individual elements of a track.
Q: What's your typical work process?
A: Send me the idea you wish to expand/finish. Doesn't matter what stage the project is at, even if it's only a phone recording. Even if you don't have a recording or idea and you are looking to start something from scratch, thats fine too. I would simply need a text description of what you are looking for plus 2 or 3 reference tracks.
Q: Tell us about your studio setup.
A: I monitor with Adam A7x's have a mic'ed drum kit, Wurlitzer organ, Juno, working with Logic X and an upgraded Mac Pro. My workflow mostly incorporates software synths, but when the real thing is needed it's no problem.