Read a selection of reviews of 'Green Language' out this week
"an exercise in variety that pushes the boundaries of what a synth-driven album can, and should, sound like"
The Guardian ****
"Whyte has made an LP that rises and falls gracefully, proving that even his brand of everything-all-the-time dance music has room for nuance and subtlety"
Resident Advisor ****
"explodes outward from the palette that made him a critical darling"
"It's kaleidoscopic electronic music that doesn't revolve around the drop - but it still shows off the benefits of delayed gratification."
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"On Glass Swords, we witnessed new intricacy and faultless awareness through the eyes of a burgeoning producer. But on Green Language, we witness risks. We listen anxiously as Rustie bets a Brinks truck on his emotional wherewithal, and that bet pays out exponentially."
Pretty Much Amazing
"One of the scenes brightest stars"
"Complètement fascinant !"
"he’s in this for the long haul (...) it is certainly an impressive work"
"easily some of the most forward-thinking and original dance music today"
"Derrière les morceaux grime et les scies calibrées club, de jolies pépites plus expérimentales"
"Rustie is the Michael Jordan of this shit, (...) an immediate contender for album of the year."
Do Androids Dance
"Green Language is a gloriously overstuffed banquet of synthetic textures and super-saturated flavours"
"Rustie's skills are in top form"
Watch videos for tracks from the album, including 'Attak ft Danny Brown', in the playlist below and listen to Rustie's 16 minute mix of the record via SoundCloud.
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