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Randomer - Be Electric/Zabu - out on Tru Thoughts



Randomer Be Electric
Randomer - Be Electric/Zabu
(12"/Digital) Tru Thoughts TRU230, 2010-11-08

This is an exclusive limited vinyl only 12" release. Having remixed The Bamboos for Tru Thoughts - which has been rocking loads of DJs' sets (including Danny Krivit) - Randomer signs two tracks to the label, aimed straight at the dancefloor but with his magical musical ear. Be Electric and Zabu mix up heavy percussion, bassline and synths in a sound that is pure 2010. With only a handful of releases under his belt, Synth Geek Rohan Walder, aka Randomer, is officially hot property and demand for his eclectic brand of bass-driven electronic dance music is rocketing sky high. With sounds emanating from drum & bass, dubstep, UK funky, garage, house and more, this is music that cannot be pigeon-holed. Randomer has had releases on Hospital, Soul Jazz's Future Bass compilation (alongside Fourtet, Coki, Untold & Ramadanman) and a remix for Placebo. With massive support from top names in drum & bass and dubstep as well as some big players at BBC Radio, Randomer is armed and ready with a batch of new tracks winging their way to a dancefloor or stereo near you soon!

Randomer Be Electric
Randomer - Be Electric/Zabu
(12"/Digital) Tru Thoughts TRU230, 2010-11-08

Tracklisting :
01. Be Electric
02. Zabu

Links :
myspace.com/randomerdnb
facebook.com/rohanrandomer
soundcloud.com/randomer
discogs.com/artist/Randomer
twitter.com/RohanRandomer
tru-thoughts.co.uk
myspace.com/truthoughtsrecords
youtube.com/user/truthoughtsrecords
facebook.com/truthoughts
twitter.com/tru_thoughts
Buy it on etchshop.co.uk

Info :
This is an exclusive limited vinyl only 12" release.

Having remixed The Bamboos for Tru Thoughts - which has been rocking loads of DJs' sets (including Danny Krivit), -Randomer signs two tracks to the label, aimed straight at the dancefloor but with his magical musical ear.

"Be Electric" and "Zabu" mix up heavy percussion, bassline and synths in a sound that is pure 2010.

With only a handful of releases under his belt, "Synth Geek" Rohan Walder, aka Randomer, is officially hot property and demand for his eclectic brand of bass-driven electronic dance music is rocketing sky high. With sounds emanating from drum & bass, dubstep, UK funky, garage, house and more, this is music that cannot be pigeon-holed. Randomer has had releases on Hospital, Soul Jazz's Future Bass compilation (alongside Fourtet, Coki, Untold & Ramadanman) and a remix for Placebo.

With massive support from top names in drum & bass and dubstep as well as some big players at BBC Radio, Randomer is armed and ready with a batch of new tracks winging their way to a dancefloor or stereo near you soon!


Randomer - Be Electric by Randomer


Randomer - Zabu by Randomer

DJS WHO HAVE SUPPORTED RANDOMER'S MUSIC TO DATE INCLUDE :
Annie Mac (BBC Radio 1), Toddla T (Radio 1), Mr Scruff, DJ Craze, Ras Kwame (Radio 1), Mista Jam (1Xtra), Gilles Peterson Radio 1), Atrak, DJ Hype, Starkey, Braiden, Scratcha DVA and Pete Tong (Radio 1).
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Ellis Ellis ·  15 November 2010, 15:05

Excellent sounds, Randomer deserves to go all the way!


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