Caspa & Rusko on rekindled bromance, weed-inspired track titles, and Fabric London

  /  09.01.2016

Dubstep partners-in-crime Caspa and Rusko epitomized the original definition of “lit” after setting the dance world ablaze with their 2007 LP FabricLive.37 and introducing us to their collaborative genius.

While the two have enjoyed massive success with solo careers, their deep-rooted bromance has attracted the heralded duo to link up once again for two new EPs and a series of bucket list tour stops — or as they call it: “Two old mates as if they’re in the bedroom getting too excited about tunes.”

REVOLT sat down with Caspa and Rusko for a wide-ranging chat about club Fabric London’s potential closing, ‘bad drugs’ in music, boring artist releases, bass music’s merge with hip-hop, and how marijuana affects their track titles. Watch it below!


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