Deadmau5 has shared a new six-minute minimix previewing his forthcoming album, 'Stuff I Used To Do'.
The six-minute clip reveals much of the material is of a slower-pace than is usual for the Mau5, with many tracks leaning towards hip-hop and brash electro influences.
Deadmau5 revealed he would be releasing a 20-strong collection of old and new tracks this month, titled ‘Stuff I Used To Do’, at the close of last year.
Now, the date the collection will be released has been confirmed as Friday 24th February via his mau5trap label’s Facebook page. You can see the post below.
The 20-track release will also reportedly land as a free download.
Deadmau5 heads off on tour next month, so in preparation the Canadian has uploaded clips of visuals for his Cube 2.1 stage.
Kicking off on 29th March with a run of shows at New York's Hammerstein Ballroom, before making his way around the US and finishing up at the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago on 5th May. Tickets are available here.
Movement Detroit, taking place Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May, has revealed its second wave of artists to include Richie Hawtin, Octave One, Seth Troxler and many more.
The festival also confirms deadmau5 under his Testpilot alias, Cajmere, Heidi, Mind Against, Terrence Dixon and Paco Osuna.
Carl Craig will perform a Versus set with the Synthesizer Ensemble, while Ben Sims is slated to go back-to-back with Truncate.
Tomorrowland 2017 has officially sold out in just 64 minutes!
Even after bumping up to two weekends this year, instead of the usual one, tickets for the massive Belgian event were all gone in just over an hour after going on sale globally at 5pm CET (11am EST/8am PST) on Saturday.
As one of the world's most popular festivals, Tomorrowland has a history of rapid sales, with last year's single weekend event breaking records when it sold out in just 40 minutes.
Deadmau5 has dropped the second edition of his BBC Radio 1 residency mixes, which is now available to stream online.
The mau5 was named as one of the station's new picks back in December 2016, alongside the likes of Helena Hauff, Eats Everything, Jessy Lanza, Logan Sama and more.
After dipping heavily into techno and progressive in his first episode, Deadmau5 continues with this trend along with tech-house, house and more in his February mix.
Tomorrowland has revealed the sixth wave of artists for its 2017 events, which are set to take place on two consecutive weekends from 21st to 23rd and 28th to 30th July in the city of Boom, Belgium.
Deadmau5 is set to headline Movement Detroit under his techno alias, Testpilot.
The Canadian's billing was announced in the second wave of acts for the festival, which takes place Saturday 27th to Monday 29th May.
Deadmau5 last performed as Testpilot back at SXSW festival in 2013, where he played alongside Richie Hawtin, who has been announced for this year's Movement event as well. You can listen to their Austin set at the bottom of the page.
Deadmau5 has launched a remix competition on Splice, the cloud-based music creation and collaboration platform.
To enter, users of Splice can download the full stems of ‘Let Go’ featuring Grabbitz, taken from his recent full-length release, ‘W:/2016ALBUM/’, in order to remix the track.
The grand prize includes the winning remix being included on a forthcoming mau5trap compilation, VIP tickets and travel to a show on Deadmau5’s ‘lots of shows in a row’ tour and a heap of merch.
Deadmau5 has shared a series of videos that showcase further developments to his Cube 2.1 stage design, which the Canadian is set to start touring in March. You can watch the clips below.
Last year (December) Deamau5 unveiled his new Cube 2.1 stage set-up in a YouTube video that showed parts of the development process as well as his new live show in action.