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Not that familiar with Rustie so I can't vouch for his other (apparently) well received 12” EP's 'Zig Zag', 'Ultra Phizz' and the 'Sunburst EP' but this Glaswegian producer is clearly ahead of the game with his jumped up post-Dubstep style. Lumped in with the likes of Hudson Mohawke and Joker (both of which have nothing but praise for Rustie's debut - see the press release) due to the splattering's of funk and hi-energy fun that have come to characterize their releases, 'Glass swords' pulls out all the stops to entertain and, on first listen, seems to be pulling it off. 'Surph' brings the pure funk, making great use of soulful cut-up vocals whilst manipulating classic dubstep grooves into freaky new shapes and the use of keyboard slap bass on 'Hover Traps' is as audacious as it amazing. Elsewhere there are bouncy ravey type numbers, lively synth driven pop and loads of that mad as eggs post-Dubstep purple wow type business. So yeah, loads to get your teeth into here especially if you like your dance music bold, slickly produced and slightly kooky. If this was my debut LP I'd be pretty pleased with myself.
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