From his home in the 11th arrondissement of Paris, 28-year-old Philippe Hallais has made a name for himself internationally as Low Jack.
Hallais’s “house music from hell” fuses sexy grooves with industrial metallicism and revels in its forays into and narrow escapes from tenacious, beatless wormholes. Never afraid to trust his instincts, Low Jack creates material that hits the sweet spot between rebellious experimentation and open-minded dancefloor generosity. After the success of a series of club-oriented EPs on GTC Music, Delsin, and In Paradisum, Low Jack released the Garifuna Variations LP on L.I.E.S. in early 2015, emphasizing the secret link between tribal sounds and industrial music.