BBC Radio 1 has announced the next artists holding six-month residencies.
With last year's residents including The Black Madonna, Eats Everything and Kölsch, BBC Radio 1 announced that Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Paul Woolford would be joining the coveted residency slot for 2019.
Avalon Emerson, Jayda G and Kode9 in collaboration with Japanese animator Kōji Morimoto are among the names locked for Simple Things festival 2019.
The multi-venue Bristol session is widely regarded as one of the UK's most cutting edge city festivals, with this year's line-up only set to cement that status.
Jayda G, Caribou and Floating Points are among acts who have shared support for a new climate change initiative, Music Declares Emergency.
Coldcut, Mafalda, Jon Hopkins and countless other artists have also vocalised their support for Music Declares Emergency, an initiative that comprises "a group of artists, music industry professionals and organisations that stand together to declare a climate and ecological emergency and call for an immediate governmental response to protect all life on Earth."
Honey Dijon has remixed ‘Stanley’s Get Down (No Parking on the DF)’, taken from Jayda G’s debut album ‘Significant Changes’.
Incoming via Ninja Tune on 19th July, Honey Dijon puts a driving, acid-tinged twist on the dreamy disco original as part of the 'Significant Changes (Remixes)' EP. The EP also features a "Re-Freak" remix of 'Move To The Front' from Dâm-Funk and DJ Fett Burger's take on ‘Missy Knows What's Up’.
BBC Radio 1 has announced a new lineup for its Residency show, with the likes of Charlotte de Witte, Marcel Dettmann and Paul Woolford all set to join the station between March and August of this year.
Dekmantel's sister event Lente Kabinet has announced the line-up for its 2019 edition, with Todd Terje, Jayda G, Lena Willikens and Peggy Gou amongst those confirmed to play.
Call Super and Shanti Celeste will play b2b, while there will also be DJ sets from Job Jobse, I-F, Beautiful Swimmers, upsammy, Mall Grab, Mafalda, Roza Terenzi, Sadar Bahar, RP Boo and Violet and many others.
Live sets are locked in from Ross From Friends, Seun Kuti & Egypt 80, Severed Heads, GAIKA, Nu Guinea and more.
Lost Village has locked Richie Hawtin, Bicep, Jayda G (whose debut album has just been announced), Hunee, Courtesy and more for its 2019 edition, which will run from 22nd to 25th August in Lincolnshire, UK.
Jayda G will release her debut album, ‘Significant Changes’, via Ninja Tune on 22nd March.
The album will land a month after she finishes up her four-week Phonox residency, and will feature nine original cuts of her joyous and off-kilter brand house, disco and funk.
Incomparable Canadian DJ, producer and label owner Jayda G has been locked in for a four week residency at London's Phonox.
Having become renowned for her energy in the booth and with a wide-ranging collection of house, disco, funk and soul records, she's more a fitting choice for the hallowed club's next venture. Not only that, she has invited some very special guests to join her. Kicking off on Friday 1st February, she’ll be joined on the night by Dimensions and NTS Radio regular and Wildheart label founder, Kwasiba Savage.