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what does he do now? did he ever make any new music afterwards?I bought Rustie's Glass Swords album from the Rubberdub store in Glasgow the week it was released and spent a few days wandering around Glasgow in the cold and rain listening to it on repeat whilst photographing the high-rise estates in the Gorbals for my photography a-level coursework. As Third has already noted, it's a very Glasweigan album in terms of it drawing on both hardcore and rap. The juxtaposition between this maximalist, neon tinged, digital music and the grey, depressing, material surroundings of the city in which it was produced is quite pertinant, as is Rustie the individual; it is worth noting that he suffered from mental-health problems and dissappeared from music a few years later in 2015: Rustie cancels shows 'due to addiction & mental health problems'.