Mord Fustang has kicked off 2015 with a major landmark release, which comes in the form of his debut album, 9999 in 1.
After backing away from the EDM limelight for some time, Mord Fustang has officially returned. "Drivel" marked his official comeback, the first single from his upcoming debut album, 9999 in 1, which is slated for release in January of 2015. Now, he has dropped the
Tonight at 5PM PST / 8PM EST, Mord Fustang will be live streaming "Plugged In With Mord Fustang," a unique video-game centered event that comes in anticipation of his forthcoming debut album 9999 in 1.
Teaming up with LessThan3 and Machinim
Chicago has become a festival hub in North America, boasting Lollapalooza, North Coast, Pitchfork, a satellite EDC, and Spring Awakening among others. The latter festival, to be held June 14-16th in Soldier Field, has expanded to three day
Since 2005, Robbie Rivera's Juicy Beach party at WMC has been one of the most anticipated parties of the massive week. The 17-hour events at Nikki Beach have welcomed 5500 clubbers as well as select A-list DJs
Listen up, Miami! Music Week is upon us, which means one thing; Miami will be jam-packed with dance music events. As many of you are already aware, there are an infinite number of shows featuring mind-blowing
Mardi Gras is one of the most unique and weirdly awesome holidays we have. Being known worldwide as the last day to satisfy your sins before the long weeks of lent, a Roman Catholic tradition, in a crazy carnival-like fashion
Jon Gooch’s highly successful ‘Teeth’ Tour is back again in North America, this time accompanied by the insanely talented and original, Mord Fustang. Fresh off of his “Death by Robot” EP, Feed Me graced the stage of Webster Hall for one of the first stops o
On February 8th and 9th React Presents is bringing Chicago a double dose of Feed Me and Mord Fustang. Performing at the iconic House of Blues, Feed Me whose name is Jon Gooch, will be touring with his “with
The first time I saw Mord Fustang live was at Ultra Music Festival 2012, and then again one night in Gainesville where he played for a crowd of neon-frat-tank-clad college students. I was intrigued by his Skrillex-esque hairdo, his edgy punk-rock vibe, and his surprisingl