Ahead of their Boiler Room set next month, rapidly rising duo Y U QT and leaders of the UK underground Dusky join forces on their first collaboration, RUSH.

Ahead of their forthcoming, milestone Boiler Room set next month, rapidly rising duo Y U QT and leaders of the UK underground Dusky join forces on their first collaboration, RUSH via LG105.

Fresh faces Y U QT have barrelled into the industry with unparalleled dedication and signature skill. Rapidly building a reputation as ones to watch in the new house, garage and rave scene, the duo’s vinyl, independent releases and dubs have already caught the attention of labels like Shall Not Fade and South London Pressings as well as tastemaker names like Ben UFODisclosureOr:laOcto Octa, and Eris Drew.

The duo’s ALL NYTE LONG tour have sold out key UK venues including Nottingham’s Brickworks, Leeds’ Hifi, Manchester’ s Hidden, and Sheffield’s The Tuesday Club, whilst their live presence has also secured them spots at Boiler Room Festival, El Dorado, Propyard, Waterworks and more. Now signed to LG105/ Virgin alongside the likes of Mall Grab and Ross from Friends and beginning  to boast effusive support from the likes of BBC Radio 1, 2023 is shaping up to be a massive year for Y U QT.Meanwhile, genre-bending duo Dusky are best known for Careless (14M streams), are BBC Essential Mix of the year contenders, DJ Mag cover stars 

Dusky are London production duo Nick Harriman and Alfie Granger-Howell. The duo have asserted themselves as leaders of the UK underground. BBC Essential Mix of The Year contenders, DJ Mag cover stars, headliners everywhere from Berlin’s Panorama Bar to London’s Fabric, Dusky’s story so far is one of constant forward motion and a uniquely universal appeal.

Y U QT have very quickly built a reputation as the ones to watch in the new house, garage and rave scene. Selling out key UK venues around the country with their own Y U QT All Nyte events has already secured them spots at Boiler Room Festival, and Waterworks. Now signed to LG105/Virgin alongside Mall Grab and Ross from Friends, their vinyl releases gathered momentum via Bandcamp and caught early attention of Shall Not Fade, and South London Pressings and DJs like Ben UFO, Disclosure, Or:la, Octo Octa & Eris Drew. Now getting support from BBC Radio 1, Hyperhouse on Apple Music and others, and loads more music and tour dates about to drop, everything is set for 2023 and beyond.