̸ Funky yet unruly grooves with an introspective soul pulled from a Buchla Music Easel. Our latest film looks at a tradition as old as house music itself. The London singer-songwriter dropped by our office in May to perform four tracks off her debut full-length. In this surreal documentary film, the producer, writer and artist discusses a selection of objects related to her work with close friends and collaborators. Navigating the rough and the smooth with the revitalised UK producer. Loraine James stops by our London office for a live performance of tracks from her new album, Reflection. Our intimate film series returns with a performance by two artists who have been playing together since they were 15. The story behind the most misunderstood genre in dance music. One year on from the UK's first lockdown, clubs remain closed. This audiovisual film by Tom Andrew and Sam Davis aims to capture this profound sense of loss and longing, setting shots of empty dance floors across England to original music by Daniel Avery. The London artist jams at home with his kids for the second episode in our new film series. This film by Matt Crocker pays homage to the late Spanish DJ who helped pioneer and popularise the Balearic sound. Watch this week's podcast as a bonus video, filmed earlier this month at Cox's studio, El Rancho, in Melbourne. Watch the Fractal Fantasy cofounder talk Virtua, CGI and Ten Billion Angels. Listen to six DJs representing six queer collectives from around the world. The drum & bass legend plays Clipz's forthcoming debut full-length, Saturday Specials, from start to finish. The virtual rave returns for round four. In the first edition in a new series, the London-based artist performs "Berlin Air." The UK funky legend caught up with RA's Martha Pazienti-Caidan. Moodymann leans heavily on his own back catalogue in this masterclass of Motor City techno, soul and hip-hop.
Join us at the source of the river Nile in Uganda, as Kampire and Decay kick off the special 2020 edition of Nyege Nyege. A live panel from Unsound Lab on rethinking music journalism. These films, produced by Resident Advisor in partnership with Asahi Super Dry Beer, continue to explore Europe's listening bars.
One of dance music's most enduring voices tells her story. How artists and activists are facing up to homophobia in Poland. ̸