Following his announcement last month that he’ll take time out of the spotlight, Deadmau5 has issued an update to fans saying he is “feeling better”.
His short hiatus was brought on following insensitive comments of a homophobic and transphobic nature made on Twitter, where he also used ableist slurs against producer Slushii. He later deleted those comments and issued an apology saying that he would be taking a break from social media.
Ministry of Sound have confirmed details of a special series of events to round off the year.
The run of nights will take place under banner of World Leaders in Dance Music and will see the likes of Paul van Dyk, Deadmau5, Nicky Romero, Afrojack, Joey Negro and Kenny Dope play the club, amongst many others.
Friday nights will be devoted to The Gallery with big names such as Paul van Dyk, Afrojack, Ferry Corsten, and Benny Benassi all being called upon to help the party round off its ’10 years in SE1’ celebrations.
Deadmau5 has released a statement saying that he is to take time out of the spotlight.
Posting on Twitter earlier today, the producer wrote: “This has been a very difficult period and I sincerely apologize for my comments which were completely offensive and I take full responsibility for.”
He continues: “Now it’s time for me to deal with my own personal issues including finally addressing my own mental health challenges that I have wrestled with for the past several years.”
Deadmau5 has shared the first edition of his new mau5trap radio series via Mixcloud.
The radio show is set to be available on-demand via the streaming service every Monday after premiering each Friday night on various radio stations around the world.
Every edition of the show will be hosted by Deadmau5, and will see him focus on new and upcoming output from mau5trap. Music from label artists such as Rezz, Attlas, NoMana, Blackgummy, Rinzen and more is set to be featured on the shows.
Deadmau5 has announced a new international weekly radio show.
Rezz has teased a forthcoming collaboration with Deadmau5, posting a video to Instagram that simply says "Rezzmau5".
Deadmau5's first-ever film score will drop early next year.
It was recently confirmed that the Canadian producer (real name Joel Thomas Zimmerman) is providing the music for 'Polar' by Swedish director Jonas Åkerlun.
Conceptually based upon the Dark Horse graphic novel 'Polar: Came From the Cold' by Victor Santos, the film will be released via Netflix and Constantin in early 2019.
Deadmau5 is creating his first-ever film score.
Set for release next year via Netflix and Constantin, the Jonas Akerlund-directed Polar will be soundtracked by the mau5trap don.
The film is based upon the Dark Horse action noir graphic novel 'Polar: Came From the Cold' by Victor Santos.
Deadmau5 has proved his multi-platform chops once again by revealing his latest soundtrack project.
Taking to Twitter, the Canadian producer (real name Joel Thomas Zimmerman) gave his fans an update on the nearly-finished record.
"Putting some last touches in on this soundtrack i've been working on, then its back in the show production / music making seat," wrote Deadmau5.
Deadmau5 is set to release the next installment of his ‘Mau5ville’ series very soon according to a new tweet on mau5trap’s profile.
Following the success of July’s ‘Mau5ville: Level 1’ compilation featuring his first collaboration with Rob Swire in almost ten years, the Canadian DJ/producer appears to be wasting no time in readying the next outing.