Here is every track featured in Netflix’s new film, The Kitchen

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Netflix’s new sci-fi drama The Kitchen has got us all talking about that powerful ending, but also its electronic-heavy soundtrack featuring everyone from Tirzah to Ruff Sqwad.

Marking both the Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya and Kibwe Tavares’ directorial-debut, the film depicts a dystopian future London where social housing is no longer — following characters Izi (played by Kane “Kano” Robinson) and 12-year-old Benji (played by Jedaiah Bannerman) as they try to survive the extreme changes of their hometown known as “The Kitchen.”

Other cast members include Hope Ikpoku Jr, Teija Kabs, Demmy Ladipo, Cristale, BackRoad Gee and Rasaq Kukoyi.

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Former footballer Ian Wright also features in the film playing Lord Kitchener, a pirate radio DJ who broadcasts about the struggles of the community.

Working on the film’s score was composer Alex Baranowski and English singer, songwriter, rapper and producer Labrinth who has been previously celebrated for his music on the HBO series’ Euphoria.

Baranowski has previously worked with Labrinth on orchestral arrangements for Coachella festival but is best known for scoring films such as The Teacher and Locked In.

What songs feature on Netflix’s The Kitchen?

This impactual, food-for-thought film also includes a huge host of artists from previous Mixmag cover stars Giggs to SBTRKT on its soundtrack.

Check out the full list of tracks played in Netflix’s The Kitchen below.

‘Holding On’ Tirzah
‘Party Popper’ Shandy Bongwala Bombusa
‘I’m Free’ Shandy Bongwala Bombusa
‘En blue jeans et blouson d’cuir’ Salvatore Adamo
‘Kyenkyen Bi Adi M’awu’ Alhaji K Frimpong
‘How ‘Bout Us’ Champaign
‘Odo Nwom’ Kofi Niti and Ofori Amponsah
‘Living Like I Do’ SBTRKT and Sampha
‘AK47’ – Sayfar, Cyfred and 2woBunnies
‘Lock Doh’ Giggs
‘Stay So’ Busy Signal
‘Zombie’ Fela Kuti
‘Candy’ Cameo
‘Xtra’ Ruff Sqwad
‘Walk Away (Dub Mix)’ Bitty McLean
‘How Great Thou Art’ Stuart K Keen

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Watch the trailer to Netflix’s The Kitchen below.

Becky Buckle is Mixmag’s Multimedia Editor, follow her on Twitter

Written by: Tim Hopkins

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