Manchester-based Rudosa has been at the helm of Moments in Time for 3 years now, hand-picking every release to curate a uniquely personal, pulsating industrial sound. With plaudits and fans alike, his future focused, '90s-influenced music is finding favour wherever there's a dancefloor. For his newest EP, Rudosa brings the classic sounds of UK hardcore bang up to date. Opening with 'Stronger Rhythm' crunchy drums and clattering percussions form the bedrock groove onto which he adds rhythmic vocals, and a and wild synths. It's a dark ride that'll put a massive smile on Next up, 'It Is What It Is' continues the trend expanding on the chopped-up breaks and spiky lead lines. Blending the hard trance synth sounds synonymous with E- Werk and Ultraschall and the modern industrial warehouse growl is no mean feat, and this is about as perfect as it gets. 'Inviolable Power' pounds from the first bar. More traditional sounding than the previous two, it by no means lacks punch - the main hook is arms aloft central for sure. An anthem in the making and sure to be hammered by all the big names in the scene. Finally, rounding off this impressive tetrad, is 'Rejected'. Overdriven gabba kicks, shuffling percussions and a tensive energy set this apart. Once the acid and eerie lead synths kick in it's all over bar the shouting!