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October 30, 2014 at 4:38 PM

Scottish producer Rustie cancels North American dates

Glasgow DJ/producer Rustie, scheduled to play Neumos Thursday, Nov. 6, has cancelled his North American dates.

On Thursday, Oct. 30, he posted on his Facebook page, “very sad to announce i won’t be making the upcoming North American dates due to health issues. huge apologies and I’ll be back soon.”

Rustie’s 2011 full-length debut “Glass Swords” garnered glowing praise for its club-ready, anything-goes fusion of dubstep, rap, R&B, trance and even synth-rock, influencing more than a few popular artists and beatmakers in the following years. While his recent follow-up “Green Language” is a bit convoluted and confused as to its direction, it’s still got some certified “big tunes,” especially the EDM-trap ones assisted by raps from Detroit’s Danny Brown, London’s D Double E and Olympia’s Face Vega.

 

 

 

 

 

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