Posts tagged "Rustie"

SPIN Singles Mix: Calvin Harris, YG, Rustie, SPORTS, and More

Welcome to SPIN‘s Singles Mix! SPIN staffers have rounded up their favorite, must-hear tracks for your personal playlists. Collecting the finest from yelping synth-soul-turned-hip-hop experimentalists,…
By: Rachel Brodsky / July 21, 2015

Trap Producer Rustie’s Brilliant ‘Green Language’ Is for the Birds

Since the 2010 release of his acclaimed Warp debut, Sunburst, where he solidified his frenetic, off-kilter blend of dubstep, funk and hip-hop, Glasgow producer Rustie—ofte…
By: Aaron Frank / August 25, 2014

Watch Rustie and Danny Brown’s Explosive, Emoji-Laden ‘Attak’ Video

The Scottish beatmaker Rustie will finally followup his highwire 2011 album Glass Swords this month with a new collection called Green Language. We've already heard…
By: Colin Joyce / August 11, 2014

Rustie and Danny Brown ‘Attak’ on Wild New Banger

The second sample from Rustie's sophomore album has landed, and it's a banger. "Attak," the follow-up single to "Raptor," features a relentlessly hectic flow from…
By: Elissa Stolman / July 24, 2014

Hear Rustie’s Ultra-Thizzed Remix of Pusha T and Tyler, the Creator’s ‘Trouble on My Mind’

"Who else could put the hipsters with felons and thugs?" rapped Pusha T on "Trouble on My Mind," off his 2011 mixtape Wrath of God…
By: Philip Sherburne / October 22, 2013

The 40 Best Dance Tracks of 2013 So Far

The year in dance music so far has been all about strange bedfellows, deep-seated urges, and going back to basics. It's weird times for dance…
By: Philip Sherburne / July 3, 2013

Rustie’s Roots: Producer on Dirty Albums and Joyful Noises

Rustie’s Glass Swords (Warp) was one of the most innovative electronic releases of last year. Amid the glut of bass-heavy records that were dominating subs,…
By: Julianne Escobedo Shepherd / May 31, 2012

Ryan Hemsworth: Schools Rustie, Leaves Girl Talk Gasping

The Internet has enabled every music listener's natural impulse — to imbibe as much different music as possible — and has exposed genre as both…
By: Brandon Soderberg / May 7, 2012