Dubstep revolutionary Rusko has just released a stream of the first episode of his brand new podcast Stir Fry, a two-hour tour through the freshest the UK dubstep and bass scene is offering up at the moment. We don’t have a tracklist on this guy at the moment, but we will be sure to add it once it pops up. Enjoy!
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