Although considered a breakthrough artist in recent times, Rudosa has been a standout talent for a commendable period in underground circles. Since first announcing his arrival on the scene over a decade ago, he has carved out a definitive sonic palette that has understandably brought its fair share of kudos from his peers.
Not unfamiliar with the heights of Beatport’s top-charting territories – with footholds inside the top ten and top five respectively; Rudosa has consistently remained in the forefront thanks to the support of some of the industry’s most-respected advocates. Having amassed releases with benchmark labels like Suara, Noir Music, We Are The Brave and many others, his work is commonplace among the touring playlists of Richie Hawtin, Adam Beyer, Pan-Pot, Sam Paganini, Amelie Lens, Charlotte de Witte, Maceo Plex, Luigi Madonna Carl Cox and many more.
Understandably, with the biggest names in techno wholeheartedly supporting your music, it has ultimately led to growth in exposure for Rudosa far beyond the confines of his native Manchester, the UK and even Europe. Most recently, an international tour in which he found himself gracing many new locations including India, a domain well-known for its love of robust underground techno music.
Rudosa is also beginning to venture into new realms of musical exploration and embracing other elements of the industry; most notably, his newfound imprint – ‚Moments In Time‘ – which focuses on trance-inducing techno and promises a catalogue of sensory experiences. Combined with several releases in the pipeline with the biggest stables in his field, its fair to say that Rudosa is well on his way to becoming an instrumental figure within the ever-popular world of global techno music. At his current trajectory, it’s only a matter of time until he joins the ranks of those whose support has been a pivotal part of unleashing his raw talent into the universe.