UK techno producer Rudosa has just dropped his new cut ‘Dominance’ as part of a five-track compilation on his Moments In Time label. We get him to talk us through some of his favourite music.
What’s the first record you ever bought?
A trance energy album from Tiësto – ‘In Search Of Sunrise’.
The first time you remember hearing electronic music?
In school, I used to carry a CD walkman around with me all day and listen to all sorts of CDs which I’d buy from Woolworths. I stumbled across Tiësto after a friend showed me a DVD of his concert, that’s when things started.
The guaranteed floor-filler?
This edit of Donner Summer’s ‘I Feel Love’ is amazing, always goes down a storm after hours.
The last track of the night?
‘Back Home’ by Anthony Rother. Pitched up, I really love the vocal and energy release on it, especially after a dark set.
The best chillout record?
‘Another Day On The Terrace’ by Sunlounger. I’ve always loved this one and would love to play it on a sunrise or sunset gig at some stage.
The best record for a family party?
This is definitely one for my Dad – ‘Spandau Ballet’s ‘Gold’.
The soundtrack to a lazy Sunday afternoon?
I’ve been getting back into 90’s hip-hop after watching Hip Hop Evolution on Netflix. Sometimes I listen to some deeper minimal sets also, as well as old school Luciano stuff.
The record you’re proudest of?
‘Obsolescence’ which I released towards the end of last year, as it was the record that drove me to start my label Moments In Time. We’ve just dropped the second release on the imprint as well.
The future classic?
That’s a hard one in Techno but I’d have to say that the last record I got, and haven’t stopped playing, would be Hadone ‘Hope Reminds Me Of Her’.
Rudosa’s remix of Frank Biazzi’s ‘Transition’ is available now. Find him on Facebook, Instagram & Soundcloud.