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David Guetta officially announces alias ‘Jack Back’ with Mixtape



Who is Jack Back?

With the release of ‘Overtone’ on Spinnin’ Records and ’(It Happens) Sometimes’ on Defected Records, rumours have been rife about which of the large producers could be behind the new alias.

The BIG NEWS is that David Guetta has just announced it’s his alias and he is making an exciting return to the underground. He’s just dropped as ‘Jack Back’ which is both a label and an artist a brand new ‘Mixtape’ – the Jack Back Mixtape.

Guetta’s upcoming album ‘7’ represents the many different sides of his musical journey. Before he was a household name he spent his days in the underground scene, playing in clubs only – we used to watch him at Turnmills regularly and have been big fans of his underground records including the acid monster ‘Jack is Back’ which came out in the 00’s and was a regular feature in 2 Many DJs sets – check it below!

David Guetta said the following during an exclusive in-depth interview with Pete Tong: ’’’7′ represents a full cycle to me and that’s why I wanted to go back to the beginning of the cycle. I originally started in underground house music, playing all the raves and underground clubs in Paris. I wanted to make music just for fun, with absolutely no commercial approach to it. I want to make every type of music that I like, I’m doing it for the love of music.’’

‘7’ includes a second component with 12 tracks produced as Jack Back which are all featured in the mixtape.

1 Jack Back – Reach For Me
2 David Guetta & Cece Rogers – Freedom
3 Jack Back – Grenade
4 Jack Back – Inferno
5 Jack Back – Overtone
6 Jack Back – Back and Forth
7 Jack Back – Pelican
8 Jack Back – Afterglow
9 Jack Back – Think Think Think
10 Jack Back – Orion
11 Jack Back – What 2 Say
12 David Guetta (feat. Chris Willis) – Just a Little More Love (Jack Back 2018 remix)

Grahame Farmer

Grahame Farmer’s love affair with electronic music goes back to the mid-90s when he first began to venture into the UK’s beloved rave culture, finding himself interlaced with some of the country’s most seminal club spaces. A trip to dance music’s anointed holy ground of Ibiza in 1997 then cemented his sense of purpose and laid the foundations for what was to come over the next few decades of his marriage to the music industry.

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