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6917Internationally known tastemaker Gilles Peterson once said about Trus’me: “The most interesting and promising young producer in the country right now”. You better believe him, and if you’re listening to super deep and sensitive tracks like “Put It On Me”, “Need A Job” or “Sweet Mother” from Trus’me’s upcoming new album “In The Red” you’ll totally understand why everybody has such a big crush on the Mancunian boy wonder.

In the winter of 2006, on a whim, David James Wolstencroft, aka Trus’me, sent some of his work to various labels around the globe. It paid off. The now legendary CD sampler “Nards” led to the immediate release for Trus’me on the Still label, sparking the beginning of a promising musical career for one very talented individual.

Trus’me’s musical roots trace way back to an early age where he dabbled with various instruments. He began studying production, but soon developed a love of vinyl culture, which shifted his focus towards the art of mixing and digging for unique samples.

Surrounded by the heads of Manchester and its deep routed scene his musical taste has continued to evolve, resulting in eclectic DJ sets where his passion exudes. Naturally, this diversity shines through in his production: “Like bookends, some 12″s will work with both the beginning and the end of the night, such is the classy sampling from Trus’me.” Peter Nicholson XLR8R Review March 2007.

Trus’me’s debut release on Chicago’s Still Music label was quickly follow by two more, all blowing up on both sides of the pond and accelerating the buzz on this new artist. His production is constantly compared to Moodymann and our such Detroit luminaries with releases usually snatching ‘Record of the week’ in hosts of global outlets from Piccadilly Records – Manchester to Jazzy Sport – Japan. He’s also getting love from all the right supporters, Ashley Beedle, Rob da Bank, Mad Matts, Kenny Dixon Jr, Amp Fiddler, Chris Duckenfield, Rob Luis … and the list keeps growing. His debut was first championed by Gilles Peterson on BBC Radio 1: “If there was ever a house record made for me, it would sound like this.”

In 2007 he released his first album. “Working Nights” captured some of his previous singles along with a host of future classics which re-enforced the Trus’me sound. “It’s difficult to name highlights when every track is so good” seemed to be a common reaction from a growing global fan-base.

In a very short period of time Trus’me has established himself as a serious and prolific producer with a huge career in front of him. He also launched his own label imprint Prime Numbers, an outlet for him and other great artists that fit the ethos Trus’me is all about.

On November 27, 2009, Fat City Recordings and Prime Numbers will present his much-anticipated new album “In The Red”. Since the release of his blistering seminal debut “Working Nights”, Trus’me has been doing just that, both dj’ing in the best clubs around the world and putting in plenty of late night studio sessions alongside some heavyweight talent. The result has been a rapturous dancefloor response to his eclectic dj sets, an impressive roll call of quality remixes (incl. LCD Soundsystem, Amp Fiddler & Dabrye) and not least the production of his long-awaited second album “In The Red”.

It’s time to catch a rising star in the making. Don’t miss it!

www.myspace.com/trusme

Trus’me Top 10 November 2009:

01. Linkwood – System (Prime Numbers)
02. Trus’me – In The Red (Prime Numbers)
03. Various – E 11 (Prime Numbers)
04. Anthony ‘Shake’ Shakir – Arise (Trus’me Remix) (Syncrophone)
05. Rick Wilhite – The Godson Ep (Moodymann Mix) (Rush Hour)
06. Various – EP4 (Firecracker)
07. Unknown -Seldom Felt 6 (Seldom Felt)
08. Various Artists – Africa Boogaloo: The Latinization Of West Africa (Honest Jons)
09. DJ Mitsu The Beats – A Word To The Wise (Planet Groove)
10. Delano Smith – Midnite EP (Third Ear Recordings)

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