Billboard premieres Estonian producer Mord Fustang's latest single ({{commentsTotal}})

Billboard music magazine offers an exclusive premiere of Estonian electro house and dubstep producer Mord Fustang's new single "Elite Beat Agent".

Rauno Roosnurm, alias Mord Fustang, is one of the most successful Estonian artists active in the US music industry. His forthcoming first artist album, 9999 in 1, named after random numbers on the pirated video game cartridges every Estonian 20-something will recall with a warm fuzzy feeling, is being released today.

Old video games also inspired much of the album itself.

"The LP contains throwback electro house offerings like the Mortal Kombat and Street Fighter timer-inspired "Press Play" and "Skyward World," which Fustang describes as being 'built around the sound that would happen when you'd pull the cartridge out of old Genesis consoles'," Billboard reports, adding that the premiered track "is an upbeat homage to the Nintendo soundtracks of Fustang's past."

You can listen to brand new "Elite Beat Agent" here and Fustang's break-through hit "Lick the Rainbow" right here:

Editor: M. Oll



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