Caspa & Rusko certainly are a dubstep duo of DJ/manufacturers who primarily operate individually but collaborate sometimes, most notably on the high-profile combine album FabricLive.37 (2007). Comprised respectively of Gary McCann (a Western world London indigenous) and Chris Mercer (a Leeds indigenous), Caspa & Rusko experienced only recently started collaborating ahead of combining FabricLive.37, which is comprised primarily of self-productions and, while the initial dubstep mix recording in the long-running series, was somewhat of the milestone for the fledgling Uk design. McCann (we.e., Caspa; also known previously as Calm Storm) may be the even more notable of both, as he founded the Storming Productions label in 2004 and in addition founded a set of subsidiary brands, Dub Law enforcement and Sub Troops — all important brands around the dubstep picture. Caspa produced his creation debut in 2006 on Dub Law enforcement with For the youngsters, a three-track 12″ EP, and inaugurated his label Sub Troops the following 12 months with his dual-12″ launch Ave It, Vol. 1. His duo partner, Rusko, also produced his creation debut in 2006 on Dub Law enforcement, liberating SNES Dub, basically released a dual 12″, Babylon, Vol. 1, on Sub Troops in 2007. Like a duo, Caspa & Rusko performed a DJ arranged in the 2008 Glastonbury Event.