The evergreen Turbo label have been flirting with the rougher strains of techno lately - mostly via the Scottish duo Clouds - and here they inaugurate a short lived specialist Warehouse Series that promises to focus on "futuristic techno at it's ruffest and tuffest". Whilst future editions in the series will come from Turbo regulars Gingy & Bordello and Sei A, the honour of the first release falls on the well chiselled rhythmics of Randomer. As anyone that's been battered by his recent releases on Hemlock and his own white label will attest, Rohan of Randomer hits it as hard as you can possibly countenance and he certainly doesn't wind back the intensity here. Weighty breakbeat techno abounds on the title track "Ruffa" and the wonderfully tinny "No Hook" with the latter getting
A lively rerub from J Tijn.
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