Up, Bustle and Out

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Up, Bustle and Out
Genreselectronic music, Jazz, hip hop, funk, trip-hop, Cuban music
Years active1994 (1994)–present
LabelsNinja Tune
  • Rupert Mould
  • Senor Cuffy
  • Dave Cridge
  • Eugenia Knight

Up, Bustle and Out are musicians and recording artists - Rupert Mould (also known as Señor Rudi) from Bristol, Senor Cuffy (Spanish Guitarist), Dave Cridge (Beat Keeper and tour/soundsystem dj) Eugenia Knight (percussion and Vocals) UK. They have released a number of albums and singles on the Ninja Tune independent record label.[1]

Their music combines electronic music, jazz, hip-hop and funk, but with a distinctly international flavour, particularly South American and Cuban influences.[2] The two Master Sessions albums were co-written by Cuban flautist and orchestrator, Richard Egües.


  • The Breeze Was Mellow (As The Guns Cooled In The Cellar) (April 1994, Ninja Tune, Cat: ZENCD13)
  • One Colour Just Reflects Another (May 1996, Ninja Tune, Cat: ZENCD19)
  • Light 'em Up, Blow 'em Out (May 1997, Ninja Tune, Cat: ZENCD27)
  • Rebel Radio Master Sessions Vol.1 (Jun 2000, Ninja Tune, Cat: ZENCD46)
  • Master Sessions Vol 2 (July 2001, Ninja Tune, Cat: ZENCD58)
  • Urban Evacuation (10 February 2003, Unique Records, Cat: UNIQ0692)
  • City Breakers (7 October 2004, Routes Music, Cat: RTS01) (double vinyl only)
  • The Mexican Sessions (June 2006)
  • City Breakers - 18 Frames Per Second (Due for release 30 January 2006, Collision Records)
  • Istanbul's Secrets, with Sevval Sam (February 2008, Collision Records, Cat: CCT3017-2) - double CD, vocal and dub versions
  • Soliloquy, (April 2010, Collision Records, Cat: CCT3020-2)

There is also a limited edition version of Rebel Radio Master Sessions Vol.1 (Cat: ZENCD46BK) that includes a book entitled "The Rebel Radio Diary".


  1. ^ "Up, Bustle & Out". Discogs. Retrieved 16 October 2015.
  2. ^ "Up, Bustle and Out". All Music. Retrieved 16 October 2015.

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