8 thoughts on “ Glass Swords - Rustie - Glass Swords (Vinyl, LP, Album) ”

  1. Glass Swords by Rustie () Audio CD Format: Audio CD. out of 5 stars Vinyl Skips on EVERY track. Reviewed in the United States on May 2, Rustie's Prog-Step ist rasant, abwechslungsreich, kreativ komponiert und macht somit durchweg Spaß. Das Album ist sehr kurzweilig - besonders die partytauglichen Tracks, wie Surph, Ultra /5(16).
  2. Glass Swords was released by Warp on vinyl, compact disc and digital download on 10 October in the United Kingdom and 11 October in the United States. [12] [13] A launch party for Glass Swords was held on 1 October , [14] which included a performance from Rustie along with DJ sets from Darkstar, Nightwave and Spencer.
  3. Glass Swords, an Album by Rustie. Released 10 October on Warp (catalog no. WARPLP; Vinyl LP). Genres: Purple Sound, Wonky, Future Bass/5(1).
  4. Oct 10,  · 'Glass Swords' is probably the most in-your-face record you will hear all year, be prepared for a technicolour onslaught, at its best it's as candy-floss pixel-perfectly formed as you could dream of. As refreshing as this album is, Rustie could have done with not throwing everything into the musical melting pot all the time/5(19).
  5. Oct 11,  · But for Glass Swords, his immensely anticipated, two-years-in-the-making full length debut, Rustie ushers in an otherworldly landscape. Both epic and alien (as the artwork suggests), the rushing neon strains of bright melody and earthquake drums hit you after a brief intro of beguiling synths and guitar meditations/5(17).
  6. If Rustie’s work ethic is to literally throw everything and the kitchen sink into his music, Glass Swords is a pretty fair assertion of this commitment. He’s never really released anything that could be accurately summed up as predictable or restrained; in fact it would appear that subtlety is a color that just doesn’t suit this Glaswegian cosmonaut.
  7. I like the production styles used by Rustie, punchy, boosted basslines, light and sparkly treble sounds, but I think his style may be slightly I like the production styles used by Rustie, punchy, boosted basslines, light and sparkly treble sounds, but I think his style may be slightly borrowed from Hudson Mohawke. Neverthesless, I enjoyed Glass Swords thoroughly, however heavily favoring some.

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