Earlier this year, Georgian-born NYC-based artist Julia Govor released her Open Possibility EP on BP Mind Series.
Featuring remixes from Ricardo Villalobos and Kamran Sadeghi, Open Possibility gave us a taste of Govor's minimalistic brand of techno. Govor developed her sound as a resident at the infamous Arma17 before a 2011 move to NYC saw her gain notoriety opening for Jeff Mills, amongst other standout sets in the city.
The latest outing to drop from Govor is the video for "Open Possibility." Centered on moving images of her current home, the video was inspired by the cover art from Nas' Affirmative Action.
You can watch the video for "Open Possibility" via the player above, with the EP available for purchase here.