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That first era of Mumdance production was heavily influenced by the aesthetic of 8-bar grime – early Wiley, DJ Oddz and Ruff Sqwad. His first EP on Mad Decent led to two world tours which exposed Jack’s mind to all sorts of regional music from around the globe, which in turn led to the fusing of his UK club sensibilities with more global sounds. With these influences firmly in place, Jack pursued an even more varied working style, concentrating on a string of collaborations; This fruitful period of travelling and producing culminated in his first mixtape album; Different Circles – a sprawling compilation of 13 of his best tracks blended together into a 40 minute mix, showcasing releases. Representing the start of what he refers to as a ‘second wave of his career’, his recent sabbatical in the UK countryside saw the launch of a Different Circles podcast and the symbiotic Different Circles parties. Twists & Turns looks to very different sources from those that created the first LP – strong outside influences have been replaced with esoteric introspection – the new record being a personal reflection on the music of Adams’ youth. Drawing on everything from 90s hardcore and proto-jungle to shoegaze classics. Twists & Turns maintains numerous nods to grime greats, pushing the new 130BPM instrumental grime wave. Jack’s eclectic discography and ability to work within both electronic and guitar based scenes is concrete proof that he always likes to keep things moving and not rest in one place for too long. His commitment to ‘bringing different sounds and cultures together’ is an ethos which runs at the very core of everything he turns his hand to. You literally never know what you are going to hear next.
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