As the 2019 edition of Camp Bisco came to a close on Saturday night, fans who congregated at Rusko's set were treated to new music by the dubstep producer. The Scranton, Pennsylvania camping festival was on its final night of revelry when the British DJ (real name Christopher Mercer) dropped a new ID during his set.
Queueing up the record, the eccentric Englishman screamed out, "Rusko, Subtronics. Let's go!" hinting at the collaboration between him and Philadelphia native, Subtronics. The ten-second buildup to the drop was followed by yet another yell before the bass-heavy climax took over the stage. The crowd seems to have enjoyed the ID, as they simultaneously began to headbang to the beat.
The cut follows the February release of Rusko's latest EP, MEGARAD. The five-track compilation offers Rusko's signature dubstep sound alongside drum and bass and 2-step garage.
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