Significant Changes (Remixes)
by Jayda G

— Released 19th July 2019

Jayda G announces remixes from Honey Dijon, Dâm-Funk and DJ Fett Burger. “Significant Changes (Remixes)” EP on Ninja Tune.

Announced alongside a thumping remix from Honey Dijon, who takes on Jayda’s light-hearted ode to the dancefloor - ‘Stanley's Get Down (No Parking on the DF)’ - with Jayda’s tongue-in-cheek scorn “Hey you! I see you, with your phone, looking at Instagram” admonishing those people who stand motionless in the front row at her gigs: “This is the dance...

Jayda G announces remixes from Honey Dijon, Dâm-Funk and DJ Fett Burger. “Significant Changes (Remixes)” EP on Ninja Tune.

Announced alongside a thumping remix from Honey Dijon, who takes on Jayda’s light-hearted ode to the dancefloor - ‘Stanley's Get Down (No Parking on the DF)’ - with Jayda’s tongue-in-cheek scorn “Hey you! I see you, with your phone, looking at Instagram” admonishing those people who stand motionless in the front row at her gigs: “This is the dancefloor baby, this is where you’re supposed to get down”. Talking about the remix, Dijon says "It was so much fun remixing an artist who has a clear understanding and respect for the foundation of dance music heritage and culture.”

The EP is completed by Dâm-Funk’s “Re-Freak” of ‘Move To The Front’ and a remix from DJ Fett Burger of ‘Missy Knows What's Up’. All three tracks plus a Honey Dijon instrumental will be released on 19th July on 12”/Digital.

Jayda G’s debut album “Significant Changes” was met with praise from the likes of The Guardian - who have already proclaimed it one of their top albums of 2019 to date, Mixmag - who made Jayda their April ‘cover star’, and publications such as Pitchfork, Dazed, Crack, NME and many more. Known for her prolific, high-energy performances as a DJ, she followed up an Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1 with a stint on the R1 Residency, and has toured relentlessly throughout 2019, taking in shows across 12 countries including performances at Primavera Sound, Kala and Lente Kabinet (Dekmantel's sister event), with shows still to come at this year’s Glastonbury, Lovebox and Dimensions festivals. She returns for a run of North American shows in June & July including Brooklyn Mirage on 28th June and El Cid in Los Angeles on 6th July.

Significant Changes (Remixes)
by Jayda G

— Released 19th July 2019

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Tracklist

  • 12"
  • MP3
  • 16-bit WAV
  1. 1
    Stanley’s Get Down (No Parking on the DF)  (Honey Dijon Remix)
  2. 2
    Move to the Front  (Disco Mix [Dâm-Funk Re-Freak])
  3. 3
    Missy Knows What's Up  (DJ Fett Burger's F. Second Try Remix)
  4. 4
    Stanley’s Get Down (No Parking on the DF)  (Honey Dijon Remix (Instrumental))
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Stanley’s Get Down (No Parking on the DF)  (Honey Dijon Remix)
  2. 2
    Move to the Front  (Disco Mix [Dâm-Funk Re-Freak])
  3. 3
    Missy Knows What's Up  (DJ Fett Burger's F. Second Try Remix)
  4. 4
    Stanley’s Get Down (No Parking on the DF)  (Honey Dijon Remix (Instrumental))
  5.  
    Play All (4)
  1. 1
    Stanley’s Get Down (No Parking on the DF)  (Honey Dijon Remix)
  2. 2
    Move to the Front  (Disco Mix [Dâm-Funk Re-Freak])
  3. 3
    Missy Knows What's Up  (DJ Fett Burger's F. Second Try Remix)
  4. 4
    Stanley’s Get Down (No Parking on the DF)  (Honey Dijon Remix (Instrumental))
  5.  
    Play All (4)

Jayda G announces remixes from Honey Dijon, Dâm-Funk and DJ Fett Burger. “Significant Changes (Remixes)” EP on Ninja Tune.

Announced alongside a thumping remix from Honey Dijon, who takes on Jayda’s light-hearted ode to the dancefloor - ‘Stanley's Get Down (No Parking on the DF)’ - with Jayda’s tongue-in-cheek scorn “Hey you! I see you, with your phone, looking at Instagram” admonishing those people who stand motionless in the front row at her gigs: “This is the dance...

Jayda G announces remixes from Honey Dijon, Dâm-Funk and DJ Fett Burger. “Significant Changes (Remixes)” EP on Ninja Tune.

Announced alongside a thumping remix from Honey Dijon, who takes on Jayda’s light-hearted ode to the dancefloor - ‘Stanley's Get Down (No Parking on the DF)’ - with Jayda’s tongue-in-cheek scorn “Hey you! I see you, with your phone, looking at Instagram” admonishing those people who stand motionless in the front row at her gigs: “This is the dancefloor baby, this is where you’re supposed to get down”. Talking about the remix, Dijon says "It was so much fun remixing an artist who has a clear understanding and respect for the foundation of dance music heritage and culture.”

The EP is completed by Dâm-Funk’s “Re-Freak” of ‘Move To The Front’ and a remix from DJ Fett Burger of ‘Missy Knows What's Up’. All three tracks plus a Honey Dijon instrumental will be released on 19th July on 12”/Digital.

Jayda G’s debut album “Significant Changes” was met with praise from the likes of The Guardian - who have already proclaimed it one of their top albums of 2019 to date, Mixmag - who made Jayda their April ‘cover star’, and publications such as Pitchfork, Dazed, Crack, NME and many more. Known for her prolific, high-energy performances as a DJ, she followed up an Essential Mix on BBC Radio 1 with a stint on the R1 Residency, and has toured relentlessly throughout 2019, taking in shows across 12 countries including performances at Primavera Sound, Kala and Lente Kabinet (Dekmantel's sister event), with shows still to come at this year’s Glastonbury, Lovebox and Dimensions festivals. She returns for a run of North American shows in June & July including Brooklyn Mirage on 28th June and El Cid in Los Angeles on 6th July.