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Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.938 Actress

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RA.938 Actress : Actress’ highlight reel needs little exposition. Darren J. Cunningham has been a prominent yet inscrutable figure in electronic music since the late 2000s, typically flickering to life from the margins before receding into the shadows. Beloved albums like R.I.P., Karma & Desire and Splazsh may switch up the template, but the Actress hallmarks of haze, murk and showstopping beauty remain.

As you’ll see in the interview below, he’s a man of few words—that’s in character for him. What’s characteristic, too, is a taste for surprises. Ahead of the release of tenth studio album Statik on esteemed Norwegian label Smalltown Supersound next month, here’s the “Дарен Дж. Каннінгем RA Mix”—a tapestry of 100 percent original and exclusive Actress music you won’t find anywhere else. Flowing between pensive, rugged and stargazing moods across an album’s worth of unaired tracks, Actress’ first time stepping up on the RA Podcast was clearly worth the wait.



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.



Resident Advisor Podcast : RA.936 Karen Nyame KG

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RA.936 Karen Nyame KG : “All in my life, I’ve gone back and forth between North and East London,” Karen Nyame KG said in a recent mini-doc about her studio process. “These areas are multicultural […] you just become a sponge for that type of energy.” More than two decades into her career, these parts of the UK capital remain a defining influence on The Rhythm Goddess, whose music weaves together ideas from across London and the diaspora, blending R&B and soul with global dance music forms.

A leading face of London’s hybrid club sound, KG’s sound is seductive and luxurious. Her excellent productions, which span UK funky, amapiano and East Coast club, have a velvety touch, as if cut from high-end fabric. Her ear for smoky, sultry grooves, showcased on her Rhythm In The City party-turned-label, is impeccable, and her tracks have become more song-oriented, ranging from sultry to amorous. Her classy DJ mixes are a study in bounce and groove, incorporating everything from highlife to Afrotech to dubby rollers.

Since re-entering the club circuit in 2018 after a six-year hiatus, KG has become a role model for women talents in the electronic music world. Her stance on racial and gender disparities within the industry has helped orchestrate safer spaces in music, inspiring aspiring Black creatives in the process. KG’s RA Podcast is nothing short of sexy, loaded with swung rhythms and lithe drums across gqom, Afrohouse and jazzy deep house. It radiates a level of confidence and intimacy that can only come from years of vision—and a constant passion for sensual, soulful music.



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