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#321 Deadbeats Radio with Zeds Dead

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Zeds Dead – the canadian sensation is here with their DeadBeats Radio (better killing than death but that’s just us). Unique mix of styles making them frequents guests on the main stage of many of…

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R3hab presents: CYB3RPVNK Radio #607

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Welcome to the official podast of R3HAB Every week the Dutch maestro showcase his favorite tunes and and a DJ set. Enjoy the music with the ofiocial download link and online stream : Click to…

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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.937 Julia Govor

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RA.937 Julia Govor : Julia Govor is one of those artists who can take the fundamentals of techno and make it sound hers. At this point in her career, the Russian-born, New York City-based artist has established a style that feels half-Rome school, half Japanese hypnotic techno, but fully Julia Govor. Her label Jujuka has become a home for the stuff, featuring plenty of her own work along with like-minded folks like EMIT and Victoria Mussi, and she recently put out the biggest and best release of her career with the hefty Laika And Ulka Were Here on Semantica.

Her production style carries over to her DJing. Govor’s RA Podcast is made up over half her own tracks, and the cuts she picks from others match her style: twirling arpeggios, rushing cascades of synth, heavy but groovy kicks. Much has been made of her childhood in a Russian military family, moving from place to place and falling in love with techno via a classical musical education, where she felt drawn to the darker, romantic shades of composition. You get some of that here, but to call Govor’s style “dark” would be overly simplistic. Instead it’s sleek, aerodynamic and fluid, the kind of techno that gets you lost in a wormhole.



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