Glass Swords Studio album by Rustie. A single of "Ultra Thizz" was released by Warp as a 12" vinyl single and as a digital download on 6 September Retrieved September 25, Archived from the original on 19 May Archived from the original on 14 July
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Archived from the original on 9 August A re-worked version of "Surph" was released as a single featuring Nightwave on vocals in March Archived from the original on 30 October Archived from the original on 14 July Whyte chose Jonathan Zawada, as he felt it had a "'70s sci-fi art feel".
Archived from the original on 19 May Adapted from the AllMusic credits. The album was produced and recorded between and by Whyte, partially in his father's home in Glasgow, Scotland and partly in his own home in London, England.
The final six months of the production sessions involved Whyte attempting to choose and edit which tracks he felt were worth releasing on the final version of Glass Swords. Problems playing this file? Views Read Edit View history. But it's in the way that Rustie builds, deconstructs and sequences his songs that allows Glass Swords to work its way into your psyche" and that "after a couple of listens, one may come to the conclusion that Rustie might just be a one-trick-pony.
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That's what I want from my music, and that's what I want other people to feel. For Glass Swords, I initially had a lot weirder and more ambient stuff on there, but [the label] didn't really want that.
Retrieved 24 August All songs composed by Rustie. Retrieved 19 March Re-worked versions of the songs "Surph" and " After Light " were released as singles mountai with new vocalists. The album contains vocal work from Whyte as well as London based producer Nightwave. Glass Swords was listed on several critics' year-end lists.
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Favourite not 'The Best' of a strange but stupendous year of music". Producer on Dirty Albums and Joyful Noises". Glass Swords is a musically diverse album that critics found hard to classify as anything specific other than electronic music.
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Whyte stated that he began working on the album in " maybe" and worked on it for a two-year period. Whyte created around one hundred tracks for the album and whittled down the album to a final selection of fourteen. But, man, that one trick is perfect. Retrieved August 24, Glass Swords was released by Warp on vinyl, compact disc and digital download on 10 October in the United Kingdom and 11 October in the United States.
For all of Rustie's skill as a sculptor of very 21st-century beats, Glass Swords can feel just as much like a "greatest bits" collage.
Archived from the original on 9 March Retrieved 20 March Glass Swords Studio album by Rustie. Glass Swords — review". The album received critical acclaim and was listed as one of the best albums of by The GuardianThe Wire and Mixmag and shortlisted for the Scottish Album of the Year Award in