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Under the name Randomer, London-based electronic musician Rohan Walder has built up a wide-ranging discography of singles and EPs on numerous labels, ranging in styles from intricate drum & bass to hard, banging warehouse techno. Since 2017, he has released several EPs with Headstrong Records.
Over the last ten years, his works have become some of the most indispensable in modern dance music. Tricky earworms and a blighty dancefloor sensibility and are woven through with jarring sound design and an infectious sense of play. As a DJ, these qualities shine through—slick and supple builds give way to monstrous moments with an unwavering command of the crowd.
He first surfaced around 2008 with drum & bass and dubstep records on labels such as Audio Freaks and Alpha Cut. By 2010, his sound had evolved with the post-dubstep current and incorporated elements of house and broken beat, and he released material on Tru Thoughts and Soul Jazz. The aptly named Obtuse EP appeared on Raffertie’s Super label in 2011, followed shortly by Real Talk on Numbers.
He continued in the EP’s stripped-down, ominous mode for his subsequent releases, many of which arrived on Untold’s Hemlock Recordings. The eerie, hard-as-nails 2013 single “Bring” was a particularly big club track. From there, his tracks only became grittier and more scuffed-up, and he landed releases on Clone Basement Series and L.I.E.S. (Long Island Electrical Systems). Around 2016, Dekmantel released Randomer’s Running Dry EP as part of their UFO Series. ~ Paul Simpson, Rovi