Continuing the theme of Rusko. Another small gem from the chap.

There has been some debate about the valour of his latest tracks, and his addition to the Diplo label, and whether he is leaving his 'roots'.

Personally I'd say that if he's enjoying what he's doing, then fair play to him. If people feel hard done by that they liked his real hard edgy dubstep before and now he has a wider appeal then it's only because they miss the original style! Someone like Rusko has to keep continually moving style and you're never going to keep everyone happy.

Though someone did mention that maybe he could have a crack at a couple more tunes with Caspa, I would LOVE to see that.

Anyway thats besides the point. These videos were uploaded by Rusko in December last year, when a lot of people consider him to be at the top of his game. They offer a fairly unique insight into the world of dubstep production for those who don't know a huge amount about it (apologies to those who do! - this is reasonably new to me as purely a DJ).

Have a butcher's if this is the sort of thing that floats your boat!













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