One of Dublin’s most prolific techno act’s Rustal has announced a mini album on Spanish imprint Diffuse Reality. The six track offering showcases Rustal’s ability to carve out a variety of high octane loop driven cut’s , with refreshing take on the classic dub techno sound.
Peter Sweeney better known as Rustal joins Diffuse Reality with his mini-album ‘Nexus Zeal’ which is due for release on the 12th of December. Rustal joins the labels formidable list of previous of previous releases which includes work from Sunil Sharpe, Dez Williams, Orlando Voorn, Marcel Dettmann, Mary Velo, Zadig and more.
Rustal’s sound is heavily influenced by authoritative techno figures, wether it be Claude Young, Steve Rachmad, Shifted or Moritz von Oswald, the Dublin native is known for extensively delving into classic and contemporary techno sounds. Peter’s obsession for cavernous techno experimentation has landed him in some elite clubs, cities, parties and played alongside some of the world’s finest.
Diffuse Reality has become one of the most powerful establishments within modern techno. The label was founded in Barcelona in 2013 and has since become a hotbed for forward thinking and cultivated techno from a variety of established and dexterous artists. The lables previous releases from some of the most prominent names within techno culture speak for themselves, and the label has been devoted to sculpting a home for dynamic techno for just under a decade.
Rustal’s six track contribution to Diffuse Reality show’s the Dublin native at his very best. The RLSD boss stretches loops and expands on cavernous grooves with great ease. Winding sequences and deep-seated synth cycles meet rolling low end & shuffling percussive grooves for a mini album that simply scream techno funk.