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Jayda G to mix next ‘DJ-Kicks’ instalment

Listen to Jayda G’s new single ‘All I Need’ below

  • Patrick Hinton
  • 9 April 2021
Jayda G to mix next ‘DJ-Kicks’ instalment

Jayda G is set to take charge of the next instalment of the !K7 Records’ esteemed ‘DJ-Kicks’ series. It comes out and May 21 and can be pre-ordered here.

The 21-track mix features music from HAAi, DJ Boring, LNS, DJ Koze and more.

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To mark the announcement, the Grammy-nominated artist has shared a new single title ‘All I Need’ and an accompanying video, directed by David Ehrenreich, that celebrates the spirit of free party culture.

Jayda G said: “‘All I Need’ is a music video that plays around with time. David was able to secure this amazing footage of a rave in British Columbia Canada. While this type of older footage is common in the UK and Europe, the rave scene was not prominent in Canadian music culture at the time. With the visuals placing me at this 90’s rave set in the BC wilderness, the watcher doesn’t know the difference between what is happening now and what was then, truly emulating the words and sentiments of the song in “how i feel know, how i feel then, nothing, nothing, nothing has changed”.

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Director David Ehrenreich said: “Recently these 25 year old forest rave videos surfaced and when I heard ‘All I Need’ it felt fitting to celebrate the spirit of these parties, tap into their mythos. Blurring fact and fiction, ‘All I Need’ is part music video, part anthropological study. We infuse Jayda G’s music into this lineage, a visual nod to the past while listening to the future.”

Watch it and check out the ‘DJ-Kicks’ tracklist below.

Tracklist:
1. Light Of The World - London Town
2. Aged In Harmony - You’re a melody
3. Glassbeam - Taurus
4. Kokoro - Uman
5. Atmosfear - Invasion
6. Universal Togetherness Band - More Than Enough
7. Evan Pyramid - I Want Your Body
8. Don Blackman - Just Can't Stay Away
9. Gerry Read - 90s Prostitution Racket
10. Naomi Daniel - Stars Dos Cult Mix.
11. LNS - Bitumen
12. DJ Boring - Gardenia
13. Jennifer Loveless - in 10000 places (then what)
14. Haai - Good Ol'Fashioned Rugs
15. Jayda G - All I Need
16. Fred Again.. - Diana
17. House of Jazz Hold Your Head Up (Original Mix).
18. 250 Lbs. Of Blue - Rejoice (Spen's New Vocal Mix)
19. Omar S* Presents Aaron "Fit" Siegel - Tonite (Detroit Mix)
20. DJ Koze - Homesick feat. Ada
21. Benny Sings - Summerlude

Patrick Hinton is Mixmag's Digital Editor, follow him on Twitter

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