Rebūke is creating something new and genuinely exciting.
A soundclash of house, techno and rave (yes rave) records from the early 90s melded together to create that elusive thing – an original sound of his own. And the name Rebūke? ‘It means ‘to intend to correct a fault’.
Rebūke is certainly ‘doing something about it’. His own night ‘Outhouse’ has become a phenomenon with guests of the caliber of Solardo, Camelphat, Darius Syrossian, Mela Dee, Ejeca and Huxley. He has released EP’s and singles on Saved, Toolroom and Mother with releases on SOUP (including a Harry Romero Remix), Under No Illusion and Defected DFTD to follow in the coming months. Most recently his Rebūke/rave series has been causing a major stir with reimagined versions of rave era classics such as ‘Bombscare’ and ‘The Tape’ gaining glowing reviews from A list DJs.