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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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  • stvnkzmnv

    so is it good or bad? i loved glass swords

    15 Sep 2:24am Reply


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  • kidoriginal

    Green Language 3.5/5

    6 Sep 11:18am 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 3:24pm Reply
  • moozlik

    кроме сингла с Брауном ничего не зацепило. Печаль.

    31 Aug 12:35pm 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 1:56am Reply
  • star-samurai This interview gives some insight on Green Language. Execution isn't as good as Glass Swords, but I can see where he wanted to go with it.

    29 Aug 1:37am Reply
  • Offino

    green language seems a bit unbaked. like.. i don't really know what he was thinking.

    28 Aug 8:13pm Reply
  • minimalnoize

    Drop the vocals and it would have been great

    28 Aug 3:19am Reply
  • CaptainWizzy

    lol those who say that Green Language is not like Glass Swords are kinda funny, this new album is not a follow up. I dig it a lot

    27 Aug 5:38pm Reply
  • DeusDaEDM

    Green Language is so amazing. ❤

    26 Aug 9:57pm Reply
  • DM09

    the track with the robot vocals is the best lol

    26 Aug 11:10am Reply
  • jack_rae

    Glass Swords was the night out, Green Language is the chill out/come down day after.

    26 Aug 8:19am Reply
  • kateure

    lol green language is so boring

    26 Aug 12:03am Reply
  • tropicalhaze

    lolololool that P4K article claims that dude's 31-year-old. Everyone knows he's only 12 ahaha look at him

    25 Aug 5:07pm Reply
  • timothybarnes

    Green Language was more like a glass of Alka-Seltzer water than the carbonated LSD and Codeine concoction I'd hoped for.

    25 Aug 2:13am Reply

    You plebs don't know and/or appreciate what real modern aquacrunk should sound like, this album is golden, He Hate Me feat Gorgeous Children is the best one.

    23 Aug 5:08pm Reply
  • thispastweek

    i dig the tropical early 2000's aesthetic but sounds too Music For Elevators or something

    23 Aug 8:21am Reply
  • DM09

    whole lot of filler on green language. it's not because it's different that i don't like it. it's because it's pretty boring tbh

    23 Aug 1:03am Reply
  • feelall

    it's not bad, i like it enough, but echo the disappointment. it doesn't twiddle my tete and pierce my body like glass swords did. just kind of -- yeah -- limp.

    23 Aug 12:49am Reply
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