Hopefully the hype-free release of this new double A-sided single on the Numbers label means that young Glaswegian producer Rustie is hard at work on the follow-up to his outstanding debut album Glass Swords, but if the results are this brilliant he can take all the time he needs. Whilst the two tracks here showcase different moods and club vibes – “Triadzz” is darker, revolving around dirty trap beats, whilst “Slasherr” goes for a more joyous dancehall vibe – both are perfect examples of Rustie’s trademark maximalist rave sound, packing multiple rhythmic twists and turns, sirens, sci-fi FX and random samples (windows smashing, dogs barking), Euro-cheese hooks, huge drops and shimmering glitter cannon synths into radio-friendly three-and-a-half minute pop song-sized packages. The future of electronic music? Quite possibly, and it can’t come soon enough. Check out both tracks below.