Mord Fustang took a hiatus from the release circuit after his Welcome To The Future EP, returned with the glitch-hop effort “Champloo” in September, and once again went absent from the studio. Today he returns with “Taito,” a catchy electro effort that builds around synth stabs and infuses an element of nu-disco. Holding back on the drop, the track’s climax twists the existing infectious loop while adding an element of spontaneous bass. Worth the wait, Mord Fustang’s latest offering is a unique and mastered helping of electronica.
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