Jack Beats

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Jack Beats
Origin London, England, United Kingdom
Genres Dubstep, electro house, deep house, fidget house, trap
Years active 2007–present
Associated acts The Mixologists, Scratch Perverts, Major Lazer, Diplo, Example
Website jackbeats.co.uk
Members Plus One
Beni G

Jack Beats is an English electronic-music duo from London, formed in 2007 by DJ Plus One (from the Scratch Perverts) and Beni G (from The Mixologists). They are also multiple DJ champions and award-winning DJs.[1] The duo is known for wobbly basslines, big breakdowns and edgy a capellas which are cut, copied and pasted together.[2]


The duo have been heavily championed on the electro scene by British disc jockeys Kissy Sell Out and Hervé.

Jack Beats has performed in festivals including Coachella, Fuji Rock Festival, Glastonbury, EDC, and Sonar. Additionally, the duo has released music on labels including OWSLA, Rinse, Nightbass, and Columbia Records.[3]


Beni G (Ben Geffin) is a British DJ. He is one-half member of The Mixologists.

DJ Plus One (Niall Dailly) is a Scottish DJ. He won the DMC World DJ Championships in 2001.[1] He is a former DJ on London's Kiss radio station. Dailly tours regularly with the Scratch Perverts.


Extended plays and singles[edit]

Year Title Label
2006 Golddigga (vs. Deekline and Wizard) Rat Records
2007 Keep It Ringing (vs. Fallacy) Ahead of the Game
2009 What (vs. Dynamite MC) Cheap Thrills Records
2010 Revolution / Out of Body
2011 All Night (featuring John B)
End of Love Deconstruction Records
2012 You Should Know (featuring Donae'o)
Careless EP OWSLA
Somebody to Love EP
2013 Jack Beats Remixed Vol. I EP
Jack Beats Remixed Vol. II EP
2014 Beatbox EP
2015 One Love Remixes EP
Zone (featuring Riko Dan) Rinse
2016 Work It EP Night Bass


Year Album details
2014 FabricLive.74

Promotional songs[edit]

Year Title Release date Notes
2011 Make the People 20 December 2011 Dubs for Clubs: Part 1
2012 Deeper 1 March 2012 Dubs for Clubs: Part 2
2016 Cold 18 February 2016 Dubs for Clubs: Part 3


Year Title Release date
2012 Evolution 13 July 2012
Progressions 24 October 2012


Year Title Track(s) featured Label
2009 Keep Watch Vol. XIV Mishka
2010 Essential Mix "Labyrinth", "U.F.O", "Get Down" BBC Radio 1
2011 Bass-Bin Bombs! "Revolution (VIP)" Mixmag


Year Artist Title
2007 Example "I Don't Want To"
Trip "Who's That?"
2008 Boy 8-Bit "Fogbank"
The Black Ghosts "I Want Nothing"
Does It Offend You, Yeah? "Epic Last Song"
AC Slater "Jack Got Jacked"
Project Bassline "Drop the Pressure"
Leon Jean-Marie "Bring It On"
Deekline & Ed Solo "Handz Up!"
2009 Lady Sovereign "Got You Dancing"
Kidda "Feel Too Good"
TC "Where's My Money" (re-work of Caspa remix)
TC "Deep" (released under the name "Deeper")
Kissy Sell Out "This Kiss"
Diplo and Blaqstarr "Get Off"
Hockey "Song Away"
Patrick Wolf "Hard Times"
Florence and the Machine "Drumming Song"
La Roux "I'm Not Your Toy"
Fake Blood "Mars"
Passion Pit "Little Secrets"
Scratch Perverts "This Kiss"
DJ Zinc "Super Sharp Shooter"
2010 Big Boi "Shutterbugg"
2011 Skream (featuring Sam Frank) "Where You Should Be"
Aloe Blacc "Green Lights"
Beyoncé "Countdown"
2012 Flux Pavilion (featuring Example) "Daydreamer"
2013 Major Lazer & Flux Pavilion "Jah No Partial"
A-Trak (featuring GTA) "Landline"
Foxes "Beauty Queen"
Example "All the Wrong Places"
Rudimental (featuring Emeli Sandé) "Free"
Brillz & Cory Enemy "Pump the Beat"
Jack Beats "Knock You Down"
2014 Oliver Heldens (featuring Becky Hill) "Gecko (Overdrive)"
Danny Brown "Smokin' & Drinkin'"
DJ Fresh (featuring Ellie Goulding) "Flashlight"
Destructo (featuring Problem) "Dare You 2 Move"
Skrillex & Diplo (featuring G-Dragon and CL) "Dirty Vibe"
2015 Tiga (featuring Pusha T) "Bugatti" (Jack Beats 'Golden Veyron' Refix)
Watermät, Becky Hill and TAI "All My Love"
Sigma and Diztortion (featuring Jacob Banks) "Redemption"
The Kooks "Creatures of Habit"

See also[edit]


  1. ^ a b "DMC Champions page". Archived from the original on 23 May 2009. Retrieved 5 September 2008. 
  2. ^ l. "Jack Beats Biography". Retrieved 16 March 2013. 
  3. ^ Sikorski, David. "Jack Beats release a mix of bangers to kick off US tour". Earmilk. Earmilk Media Inc. Retrieved 29 August 2016. 

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