Boomkat Product Review:
From hooded Wegie scamp to world-taking producer, Rustie continues to blaze a neon trail with his crackshot 2nd album, 'Green Language'.
Packing all the stomach-churning, heart-bursting rush of a triple-barrelled mitsi, it's a dancefloor melding, accelerationist expression of emotions that can't be adequately summed up in the English lexicon, amped with guest vocals by D Double E, Redinho, Danny Brown and Gorgeous Children.
It scales up the thizz attacks of 'Glass Swords' to impossibly ecstatic levels with his signature blend of tiered harmonies, crashing trap dynamics and traces of jaw-breakingly happy hardcore; at once timelessly pop in function, and with the most forward, transcendent intentions. From the searing starburst of 'Workship', thru the blinding lights of 'Raptor', to the crystal clear 5th world vision of 'Paradise Stone', the talkbox funk squeeze of 'Lost' with Redinho, and the pastoral come-down of 'Green Language', the experience is something akin to spending a weekend trapped in Pat Sharpe's fun house with all your bezzies and a fully stocked dealer on speed-dial: ludicrous, best done at weekends, and only for the headstrong.