With literally thousands of fresh new faces and sounds worth checking out in the EDM world these days, it’s obvious that the standard for what sounds are fresh and what is hip continues to grow. With that being said, one can only imagine how hard it must be to really set yourself apart in the uppermost tier of producers. While countless years of production and performance undoubtedly add a certain finesse and confidence to an artist’s tracks, it’s definitely the pure natural talent that brings gets you to where you want to be.
Pure talent? Probably the most efficient use of words to describe newcomer to the scene Mord Fustang. With his first few releases on Plasmapool Records, you can expect to see the young Estonian hanging around the Dirtyloud, Miles Dyson, Lazy Rich crew. Everybody wins!
We’ve only seen two releases from this dude so far, The Electric Dream and Super Meat Freeze (released in that order), and they’re just pure fire. The Electric Dream is a more melodically based electro track, one that is clearly destined to drive crowds wild. The melody is simple and in-your-face, but it really is a track you can’t help but hum along to.
Super Meat Freeze, as you’d expect, isn’t as friendly. I mean, the melodic roots are definitely there, but trust me when I tell you that the wobbles and synths are strong. Muy strong. It’s clear that Mord has studied up and has a deep understanding for what elements in electro are blowing up these days. Without a doubt this guy is a great scoop for Plasmapool records, and one of the young names that I’ll be keeping my eye on closest through the rest of the year.