Watch Everyone From ABBA to the Chili Peppers Honor the Beastie Boys This Weekend

You couldn't step foot in a bar, store, or baseball stadium in New York this weekend without hearing the Beastie Boys. And as members of…
Devon Maloney / May 7, 2012

Download Rusko’s Reggae-Step ‘Skanker’

Today marks the release of Rusko's Songs, the dubstep rainmaker's sophomore follow-up to 2010's O.M.G.!. It's a full-length floor adventure rife with cross-pollinating, as encapsulated…
David Bevan / March 26, 2012

Insane in the Sub-Bass: See Cypress Hill and Rusko’s Dubstep Video

What a difference a month has made for Cypress Hill's collaboration with Rusko. When our exclusive first taste of the perpetually lit California hip-hop trailblazers'
Marc Hogan / February 22, 2012

First Spin: Grab Skream’s Roller-Coaster Rusko Remix ‘Somebody to Love’

London producer Skream is one of dubstep's O.G.s, a fact electronic dance music's current crossover wunderkind Skrillex recognized during his Grammy pre-ceremony shout-outs. Leeds-born, L.A.-based…
Marc Hogan / February 17, 2012

How I Could Just Skrill a Man: Hear Cypress Hill Go Dubstep With Rusko

After Cypress Hill lit up (pun intended, clearly) Los Angeles with their special appearance during a 2011 show by dubstep kingpin Rusko, it seems that…
christopherschultz / January 24, 2012

Dubstep 101: A U.S. Primer

"Who gon stop me," from Jay-Z and Kanye West's Watch the Throne, begins with an orbiting, distorted vocal sample, then explodes into a rush of…
Andrew Gaerig / September 13, 2011

FREE ALBUM: SPIN’s Dance Mix for Electric Zoo!

For the September 2-4 Labor Day weekend, New York City's Randall's Island plays host to Electric Zoo, a dance music extravaganza that will close out…
SPIN Staff / August 29, 2011

PREMIERE: Rusko Clip Gets Insane Remix

In the original video for Rusko's "Everyday," director Jason Miller offered up a visually arresting tour of desolate Salton Sea Beach -- a deserted area…
Luke McCormick / May 25, 2011

Rusko, ‘O.M.G.!’ (Mad Decent/Downtown)

The debut album by this Leeds-born, L.A.-based dubstep dude doesn't always live up to its overexcited title. "I Love You" and "Dial My Number," for…
Mikael Wood / May 4, 2010