Music Through Pictures with Trus'Me
- Published on Thursday, 28 August 2014 11:10
Label owner of Prime Numbers, Trus’Me has had a passion for music since his early age by playing with various instruments and then moved on to developing a passion for collecting records. Originally from Manchester, It wasn’t too hard for Trus’Me to be attracted to good music considering the “deep rooted” music scene that the city offers which describes well is constantly evolving tastes as evident in his diverse DJ sets as well as his unique productions. Trus’Me’s musical career has seen support from respected names in the industry such as Juan Atkins, Gilles Peterson, Chez Damier, Move D and Motor City Drum Ensemble to name a few.
'Naturally developing in an organic industrial structure. Bringing to mind most Rhythm and Sound tracks, but my favorite in particular'
'Little bit on the obscure side, well that has to be the genius they call Maurice Fulton. For me still his most stand out madness to date'
'Well the words old love comes to mind, so I guess I should of think of something I still play and have loved a long time. This comes to mind straight away'
'This has to be a track with a real sting in it’s tail. Adopted Manchester legend, surly his best work'
'Horse Meat & Club comes to mind, so it has to be something a little off center but with a touch of sleaze and a hint of Disco'
'Depressed, heart broken or just on some crazy downer – maybe she left you for another man? It can happen in Pbar'
'Hypnotic tangled maddens, but beautiful in form. There is no other greater example than this guy'
'That record I just broke? well the last one was this cut, which I played to death till the thing snapped. I just bought a new one this week'
'Don’t mess with me, I’m a chief! Well there is only one chief, if you ask me'
'Dramatic Thunder Storms and Rain, well there are many to choose from. This one comes to mind purely for it's dramatic weather intro, oh and the tune is dope too'
'The man with the hidden face, well there are so many, but the most mysterious remains this guy'