After what seems like months of Twitter-based teasing, controversial producer Deadmau5 has finally unveiled his new live setup at last weekend’s Veld Festival.
Reportedly costing $2 million to produce, the new stage show — dubbed Cube 2.0 by his fans — is a continuation of his previous stage setups.
What makes this revision so interesting is that the panels that make up Deadmau5's Cube actually pivot and move to the music — you can check it out by watching some of the videos on the producer’s Reddit page.
The Canadian producer took to Twitter after debuting the show to reveal the concept design of the new cube, as well as promising that the show will see significant improvements over the next few months, to make the new setup — which takes three trucks to transport — more "tourable".
this is more or less the gist of it, but we'll be working on improvements all winter: pic.twitter.com/okGRWUP9is— dead mow cinco (@deadmau5) July 31, 2016
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