London DJ/producer Daniel Avery's debut LP, Drone Logic, saw the burgeoning artist stretching his legs, weaving together a string of emotional techno tracks that hearken back to a number of big name electronic artists from the '90s. That album's release on Erol Arkin's Phantasy label has helped to keep Avery's profile on the ascent, though as he attested to in our recent Hi-Five feature, much of his inspiration has come from tracks that have largely remained underground. Now, we're treated to a sensual, black-and-white video to accompany Drone Logic cut "All I Need," one which highlights the track's intimacy. Directed by Lewis Kyle White, the visual piece blends images of male and female bodies in various states of contortion, begging the question of whether they are experiencing pleasure or pain. Courtesy of Nowness, Daniel Avery's "All I Need" video can be seen below.