Deadmau5 is set to launch a pop-up shop of merchandise in New York later this week, kicking off on Friday 31st March for three days only.
Located at 157 W. 24th Street and open from noon until 7:00PM each day, the shop — aptly titled ‘lots of stuff in a store’ — is set to coincide with Deadmau5’s ‘lots of shows in a row’ tour which opens for a four-night, sold-out run at NYC’s Hammerstein Ballroom tomorrow (Wednesday 29th March).
Deadmau5 has just dropped his yet another album, releasing the sixth edition of his Mau5trap label's 'We Are Friends' compilation series.
The Canadian, otherwise known as Joel Zimmerman, has released two solo long-players over the past few months — new material on 'W:/2016ALBUM/' and a collection of old, unreleased tracks on 'Stuff I Used To Do'.
'We Are Friends Vol. 6' features two new efforts from Zimmerman himself, 'Polaris' and a collaboration with ATTLAS titled 'Bad At Titles', along with work from the likes of BlackGummy, Enzo Bennet, Oliver Winters and No Mana.
Deadmau5 has shared a new video discussing the music he'll be playing on his upcoming Lots Of Shows In A Row tour.
Having recently dropped his 'W:/2016ALBUM/' record, Joel Zimmerman explains his first official tour in five years feature "predominantly new music", however due to the nature of the album — a mix of smooth progressive house, hip-hop and tougher tracks — he "can't perform the whole album start-to-finish in a coherent fashion".
Deadmau5 is being sued by a cat-themed online retailer over the use of his cat's name Meowingtons.
Emma Bassiri — who owns a cat-themed online shop called Meowingtons.com — is taking the EDM producer to court of over the use of the name, which she claims she should be able to use since she opened her shop in 2014.
Deadmau5 believes that Bassiri is, in fact, a long-time fan of his, and therefore she knew full well that he had called his cat Meowingtons when he adopted the cat back in 2010.
Deadmau5 has shared a new mini-documentary on his Cube 2.1 stage design. You can watch the new video below.
The 2-minute clip, which describes Deadmau5' Cube 2.1 as “world’s most transformative DJ stand”, follows the mini-documentary that shared new visuals and behind the scenes footage last month (February).
Deadmau5 has dropped his third BBC Radio 1 residency mix of the year, and it features a bunch of tracks you might not expect from the EDM producer.
Ranging from house to techno and even some Norwegian disco, the 'mau's new mix features tracks from Scottish techno duo SLAM, Chicago house hero The Black Madonna, and Scandi disco don, Todd Terje.
Deadmau5 has sold his McLaren P1 to pay for his newest stage design, Cube 2.1.
On average, the limited edition McLaren P1 sells for $1.15 million, so that gives us a glimpse of just how much money was put into deadmau5’s Cube 2.1. He is known for his love of sports cars as displayed in his multiple coffee runs in the P1 with some of the world’s most renowned DJ/producers.
Deadmau5 has shared a new mini-documentary on his Cube 2.0 stage design.
The 2-minute clip reveals new visuals and behind the scenes footage, along with interviews with Joel Zimmerman himself and members of the TAIT team who built the Cube 2.0 and previously worked with the Mau5 on his Hakkasan residency.
Deadmau5 has release his latest 13-track LP 'Stuff I Used To Do' via WeTransfer, and it's available to download for free for the next seven days.
The LP consists of 16 previously unheard tracks from the outspoken EDM producer, with the album on sale via digital retailers from next Friday 3rd March (another three exclusive tracks will be available for those who choose to purchase the album).