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|Birth name||John Stephen Corrigan|
|Also known as||Space Children, Loop Finder General|
|Born||15 November 1965|
|Origin||Swindon, Wiltshire, England|
|Genres||Electronica, trip hop, dub, big beat, dubstep, alternative dance|
|Instruments||Vocals, synths, computers|
|Associated acts||Perennial Divide|
Meat Beat Manifesto
Bomb The Bass
Prior to founding Meat Beat Manifesto together in 1987, Jack Dangers and Jonny Stephens were members of a short-lived group Perennial Divide. While Stephens remained a member for several years, Jack Dangers is the only person credited as a member of the band on every Meat Beat Manifesto release.
In addition to his career with Meat Beat Manifesto, Jack Dangers has also contributed other projects. Along with Ben Stokes (DHS-(Dimensional Holofonic Sound)) and Mike Powell and he is a part of unusual breakbeat combo known simply as Tino. Tino material is released through their independent label, Tino Corp. Another collaboration called Loop Finder General was announced at one time, but the only recording that has surfaced under this name is a track on ¡Hello Friends!, a Jack Dangers DJ mix album primarily featuring Tino material.
Dangers is an avid collector of obscure audio and video material, and frequently employs samples from his collection of records and videotapes in his music and during live shows.
Dangers also collects vintage electronic hardware; he owns an EMS Synthi 100 modular system that he claims is the only known working model. This unit is featured prominently on RUOK?, released in 2002.
An activist for animal rights and a practising vegetarian, Dangers has contributed (as part of Meat Beat Manifesto) to two benefit compilations for In Defense of Animals. He credits his active concern for these issues to fellow musicians Consolidated, for whom he has produced several albums and done a number of remixes.
An acknowledged and celebrated innovator in the electronic music scene (his remix of Tower of Power's "What Is Hip?" was nominated for a Grammy in 2006), Dangers continues to push audio and visual boundaries with his live shows and video posts on YouTube.
Solo, as Jack Dangers:
|Sounds of the 20th Century No1 (2000)|
|Sounds of the 20th Century No2 (2001)|
|1.||"8 Miniatures With Origins"||6:17|
|2.||"The Human Voice"||5:24|
|Tape Music (2001)|
|4.||"ALH 8400 [Drift]"||3:07|
- Variaciones Espectrales (2002)
- Forbidden Planet Explored (2004)
- Loudness Clarifies / Electronic Music from Tapelab (2004)
- Music for Planetarium (2008)
Other aliases and collaborations:
- Let's Go Disco (as Space Children) (1988)
- ¡Hello Friends! (DJ CD) (2001)
- Pro.File 1 Meat Beat Manifesto/Jack Dangers Remix Collection (with Meat Beat Manifesto) (2002)
- Hiss & Buzz (with dubLoner) (2005) 
- Tracks (with Bomb The Bass) (2001)
- Education (The JDs) (with Jon Drukman of Bass Kittens) (2010)
- Remixed "The Snow" on Coil's EP The Snow (1991).
- Remixed "You've Been Around" on David Bowie's single "Black Tie White Noise" (1993).
- Remixed "One" on Bigod 20's single "One" (1994).
- Remixed "Back in the Box" on David Byrne's single "Back in the Box" (1994).
- Remixed "Insect Kin" on Bush's remix album Deconstructed (1997).
- Remixed "Amlux" on Merzbow's album Merzbeat (2002).
- Remixed "Kill People" on Excepter's FRKWAYS Vol. 2 remix 12 (2009).
- Remixed "Soulsonic" on Tox Simian's Soulsonic EP. (2011)
- "A Strange Case of Instrumentation" and "The Self Enjoy" on Brainwaves (2006 November)
"VHS is the new vinyl."—from an interview in the October 2005 issue of Remix magazine.
"I don't believe in slamming people in the face with my beliefs; I really go for more subtle references to politics. If people have an inch of compassion or a few brain cells, they should be able to figure it out."—from an interview for PETA
- "Various - What Is Hip? Remix Project Volume One (Vinyl, LP) at Discogs". Discogs.com. Retrieved 2015-03-31.
- Fresh HisStory, www.elarceny.com, Dec. 5, 2005, Retrieved 22 Aug, 2015 Archived 4 March 2016 at the Wayback Machine.
- "Heroes". Peta2.com. 2013-01-24. Retrieved 2015-03-31.