Watch a Heartwarming Video for a New Rustie Track
- Words: Patric Fallon
It's kind of perfect that hyperactive Glaswegian beatmaker Rustie liberally sampled a children's choir for his contribution to Transgressive North's double-disc BOATS compilation, a release which will raise money for the Everything is New outreach organization for children in Southeast India. And not just because the Light of Love Children's Choir appears in every track featured on the upcoming comp, but also because the producer's music already seems to glow with the ebullience of youth.
Rustie's brand-new "Boatsss" track now has a music video which features a number of youngsters—presumably from the Light of Love children's home—smiling and looking adorably awkward in front of a colorful backdrop. The clip can be seen below before the 29-track Boats compilation drops on January 20 with music from Four Tet, Matthewdavid, El Guincho, Gang Gang Dance, Dan Deacon, YACHT, and many more. (via FACT)
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