Rushmore shows us the inspiration behind his album Ours After

From Tokyo livin’ to Parisian voguing

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Rushmore has been crafting misshapen, subterranean beats in London’s nightlife for a minute now. Working with his label and fashion brand, Trax Couture, the DJ and producer has made a name for himself in London’s emerging vogue (the dance, not the magazine) scene. With his debut album Ours After he’s aiming to emerge from the clubs and make a name for himself in the wider dance community, showcasing his unique mix of footwork, UK bass and pure atmosphere across thirteen tracks.

Eager to find out more we got him to put together a mood board of his biggest influences going into the project and the process behind it, including a week in Tokyo and some quality time by the pool in Palm Springs.

Ours After is out July 29th via Trax Couture 
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