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It's been nearly 11 months since we've heard from Mord Fustang. His last single, "Arcade Disc," was certainly not ordinary, being 17 minutes long and sounding very much like an experimental mix. That followed the just as exploratory EP Fragments: the Kingdom and the Juggler, alongside two other 2016 singles. But today, Mord is breaking that almost year-long silence and returning to the style that made him a pioneer in the complextro scene - a style we haven't seen from the Estonian DJ and producer since his 2014 album 9999 in 1: Definitive Edition. Melodic, techy with a bit of expected grit, Mord has released "Diamonds" via Dawn of Light today. The title of the track can only remind us of one of his breakout tracks - a remix of Fussy Boy's "Gold" in 2013 - but "Diamonds" stands out on its own as a retaking of Mord's own territory in music.
Fans in the track's comments have already noticed the key similarities and underlying synth progression's hearkening to 2013's "Get Lucky," which we can only think will end up coming into play here in real life as an epic mash-up. "Diamonds is out now via iTunes and streaming on major platforms.