Rusko Abandons Dubstep On New Single, “Sunshower”


They say all good things must eventually come to an end, and it seems we may have finally reached the point where Rusko and dubstep go their separate ways.

Rolling Stone premiered a new single from Rusko this morning titled “Sunshower.” The track marks a clear departure from the world of dubstep that first launched Rusko into the national spotlight, but that in no way means it is a bad song. In fact, I would wager the opposite is true. The playful synth and laid back groove allows Rusko to showcase a whole new set of skills, each better than the one before. You can stream “Sunshower” below:

Rusko will release his new EP, !, on July 29 via Universal. “This is the the first time I’ve ever released a record that’s not dubstep or drum and bass,” Rusko tells RS. “It’s not house or techno either. I tried to create five fun tracks that fit into no genre – or maybe a whole new genre altogether.”

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  • Scott Murray

    Excellent track. I just don’t know how to pronounce “!” as an album title.

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