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New video for Rusko’s recent single, “Everyday”

5 May

Here it is, the first official video shot for Rusko’s newest release, Everyday / Lick The Lizard. Although there was already a video made for “Lick The Lizard” (comprised of newly cut together images from the cult classics Boxers Omen and Hausu, this new video for “Everyday” is the first official video to actually be shot for the song.

Rusko’s “Everyday / Lick The Lizard” — April 5th (tracklist included)

1 Apr

In only a few short days, we’ll finally have a new release by one of the fathers of the modern dubstep age, Rusko. It’ll be out on the label Mad Decent and feature remixes by Netsky, DJ Q, and Original Sin. Drum & Bass legend, Reso, is also on the release lending a hand to Rusko on “Lick The Lizard.”

The tracklist is as follows:
1. Everyday (Original Mix) – Rusko
2. Lick The Lizard (Original Mix) – Rusko & Reso
3. Everyday (Netsky Remix) – Rusko
4. Everyday (DJ Q Remix) – Rusko
5. Everyday (Original Sin Remix) – Rusko

Two brand new Netsky remixes

29 Mar

First up is the remix that the Belgian producer did for the upcoming Rusko song, “Everyday.” I’m definitely excited for this Rusko release if it has such spot-on remixes like this and another one of his original tracks, “Lick the Lizard.”

Netsky also remixed Jessie J’s “Nobody’s Perfect.” This guy really is on fire if his 2011 is already this huge. I’m sure he has more up his sleeve, so everyone had better keep an eye on him in the coming months.

Sub Focus takes home “Best Track” at the 2011 UK Drum & Bass Awards

5 Mar

I think everyone knew what a bomb Sub Focus produced with his remix of Rusko & Amber Coffman’s Hold On as soon as it was first released. It’s no surprise then that it was awarded such an honor at the official 2011 UK DnB Awards in Birmingham.

This is one of the more important songs of the year since it helped get the ball rolling with Drumstep as a stand-alone genre. Even on a simpler level, it was a blast to hear live when I saw Rusko bring in the new year at Insomniac & Go’s “Together As One” event. If a song is fun to hear and dance to live, then it’s a winner in my book.

Here are the links to both the Sub Focus remix and Rusko’s original mix: