To celebrate the release of Scottish producer Rustie’s second album ‘Green Language’, Warp have created an interactive generated world exploring game in collaboration with Hunter Loftis.
Players are dropped into the world of Green Language with opening track ‘Workship’. The player can navigate the game, and on reaching each golden monument landmark will unlock a new level and reveal a new track. Jump up from the island of jungle ruins to the track ‘Up Down ft. D Double E’, go round in circles in the maze to the soundtrack of ‘Lost ft. Redinho’, then fly through the air with ‘Raptor’ to ultimately reach the pyramid. Players successful in discovering the songs and completing the world are rewarded with a full stream of ‘Green Language’ before it’s release 25/26 August.
Rustie’s 2011 album Glass Swords was a release that took inspiration from video games, grime, Japanese prog-rock, Detroit techno and much more to create a warm and thrilling sugar-rush of an album. Green Language is equally seismic. A long-player with birdsong at the heart of its inspiration, it sees him returning on Warp Records with more glistening vistas and adrenaline-charged electronics. Featuring collaborations with Danny Brown, Redinho, D Double E and Gorgeous Children, it’s yet another unbeatable full-length from the producer.
Play the game here.