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Glasgow, United Kingdom

Rustie, born Russell Whyte in Glasgow, Scotland, is an electronic musician signed to Warp Records. He has also released recordings on Stuff Records, Hyperdub, Wireblock and various other labels. He released the EP Bad Science on Wireblock Records.


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  • Arek0090

    He Hate Me! <3

    7 Jan 7:43pm Reply
  • caffeineandvase

    best tracks 2014

    28 Dec 2014 Reply
  • caffeineandvase

    albums of the year.

    24 Dec 2014 Reply
  • dmroger

    I stumbled upon Rustie through Porter Robinson's own favorite playlist on Spotify. He had Slasherr in his playlist. I can take the musical changes Rustie has after finding all his work at the same time. I've never heard music like any of this it doesn't matter. Sick stuff. Especially with sub woofer. Been riding on those dangerously deep melodic bass lines.

    22 Nov 2014 Reply
  • michaelmcguire

    Green Language is aight. A few good tracks but overall not my favorite.

    21 Nov 2014 Reply
  • leisuresuite

    Why did he cancel his shows?

    31 Oct 2014 Reply
  • weirdfeline

    The only song I like on the new album is the one with Danny Brown. The last album was so good, I guess too good.

    22 Oct 2014 Reply
  • majorimpact2015

    I love Green Language. people would enjoy their music better if they stopped comparing and starting taking things in as individual works from the same source. albums and media from the same person have never been linear because no person is static like that. You either grow with an artist or you don't, or you grow into the way they're growing or away from them.

    18 Oct 2014 Reply
  • blebbio

    some of the quieter ambient parts are somewhat interesting but mostly green language is terrible. worst warp release ive ever heard i think.

    1 Oct 2014 Reply
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    30 Sep 2014 Reply
  • YouAreInvited

    'if you skip over Attak' why would you do that to yourself

    23 Sep 2014 Reply
  • Rawkun

    what the hell happened

    23 Sep 2014 Reply
  • yarkypumypumy

    Seriously, though, Green Language is pretty cool; it may not be as cohesively good as Glass Swords, but if you skip over Attak it's a pretty solid listen all the same.

    22 Sep 2014 Reply
  • yarkypumypumy

    Pitch it high when they in the glitter trap.

    18 Sep 2014 Reply
  • stvnkzmnv

    so is it good or bad? i loved glass swords

    15 Sep 2014 Reply


    14 Sep 2014 Reply
  • kidoriginal

    Green Language 3.5/5

    6 Sep 2014 Reply
  • YouAreInvited

    vv potential hit the nail on the head. He's stuck at a crossroads between wanting to make bangers that'll get played everywhere and wanting to experiment and further carve out his own sound. I think he also wants to distance himself from the hordes of producers around nowadays who have Glass Swords as their bible.

    1 Sep 2014 Reply
  • moozlik

    кроме сингла с Брауном ничего не зацепило. Печаль.

    31 Aug 2014 Reply
  • potential

    This is a completely different album to Glass Swords, stop comparing to it. I think Rustie's aim, like HudMo and Lunice is to get his beats on the biggest Hip Hop tracks. The album is like a showcase for his production ability. Having said that Rustie is still creating sounds and compositions no one else is doing, he's willing to take risks and experiment. This is the 'filler' some people here are referring to. Personally I think the two approaches clash on the album and it doesn't work too well. Rustie needs to go all-out, there were flashes of genius on Glass Swords imo.

    31 Aug 2014 Reply
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