Rustie will return to the decks this weekend after a five year hiatus, and his first party since 2015.
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Rustie - real name Russell Whyte - announced he would no longer be playing gigs due to “addiction and mental health problems” in 2015.
Taking to Twitter at the time he wrote: “Due to addiction & mental health problems, all gigs in the near future are cancelled. Very very sorry & hope to see u all soon.”
He added that he “won’t be posting or responding on social media personally for a while. Any posts will come from management.”
Since the announcement, Rustie has played just one show since then — a Numbers + Warp party at Glasgow School Of Art in 2017.
Also in 2015, Rustie released a track created in his hospital bed titled '160 Hospital Riddim' Tweeting at the time: "They keep giving me free extra livez! So here another free track, made after waking in A&E!"
The announcement includes a snippet from a Rustie track. Check it out below.
Get tickets to the return of both Numbers and Rustie to Sub Club here.
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