Getting Rowdy With Rusko at White Room Saturday

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If dubstep was a kingdom, then Rusko would surely be its king. The

British born, L.A. transplant has been damaging speakers worldwide with

his hard hitting beats. But limiting him to the genre of dubstep would

be underestimating the 23-year-old. He easily mixes electro, hip-hop,

and even pop, within his sound, all in the mission to create a sonic

warfare that hits you from all sides.

Equally impressive are his remixes for a wide variety of acts like Kid Sister, The Prodigy, Amanda Blank, Little Boots and Kid Cudi.

You can witness the man himself this Saturday at White Room during its Arcade party. Resident DJs Damaged Goods, Juan Basshead and Troy Kurtz will be on the decks as well. Tickets are available for $15 via wantickets.com.

After the jump, a taste of the assault that will happen Saturday.

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