Rusko On Bringing 90s Rave Music Back New Tracks Fatherhood

Rusko On Bringing 90s Rave Music Back New Tracks Fatherhood
Rusko On Bringing 90s Rave Music Back New Tracks Fatherhood

first_img Rusko On Bringing ’90s Rave Music Back rusko-bringing-90s-rave-music-back-new-tracks-fatherhood Facebook NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Sep 20, 2018 – 11:45 am Rusko On Bringing ’90s Rave Music Back Chris Mercer, aka Rusko, sat down with the Recording Academy to tell us a little more about what he’s been listening to (all that good ’90s rave music), how it’s influencing his sound, and what it’s been like balancing making music and being a father.”I’m a huge geek for early ’90s rave music, like ’92, ’93. So there’s been a lot of that kind of creeping in, more breakbeats – which is weird because that’s before most of my audience was born,” Mercer shares.What So Not’s Round-The-World Journey To His Debut Album Rusko On Bringing ’90s Rave Music Back, New Tracks & Fatherhood The dubstep legend is “a huge geek” for the early ’90s rave sound and says he’s working more of it into his music. He also shares that he’s more productive since becoming a fatherAna YglesiasGRAMMYs Sep 20, 2018 – 11:47 am While British dubstep DJ/producer Rusko may have been too young to have been at any underground London raves during the early ’90s heyday of the scene, he is a self-proclaimed geek when it comes to all the music that has come out of that era. Rusko made a mark for himself in the dance music world as a heavy-hitter in the dubstep circuit, putting out plenty of bangers at the height of the scene in the mid-2000s, including “Woo Boost” off of 2010’s O.M.G.!, his debut studio album. News Twitter Email last_img

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