Mancunian producer Trus’me cut his teeth on the Stilove4music and Fat City record labels. His early hits—”Nards” and “W.A.R. Dub,” which got radio play from BBC’s Benji B and Gilles Peterson when they dropped some six or seven years ago—encapsulate the style he has honed with the output of his own label, Prime Numbers. The more straightforward elements, like deep kicks and hi-hats as snappy as a whip cracked against wet pavement, are often offset by walking basslines or gossamer vocals, which adds a touch of class and idiosyncratic soul to a tried and true formula.
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