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.
Eric Prydz's residency at Hï Ibiza has been pretty unforgettable so far. Every Tuesday since 25th June Prydz – with the help of Cristoph, Camelphat, Solardo – has been presenting an incredible showcase of sound and vision in one of the White Isle's finest locations.
Deadmau5 has released another instalment of his famous ‘Coffee Run' videos, but this one come with a twist – it features a rare guest from outside the music world.
It’s no secret that Deadmau5 loves gaming and in the latest edition of the series the prolific producer meets with with Canadian pro-gamer, and fellow PlayerUnknown's Battlegrounds fanatic, Shroud.
Deadmau5 is in the studio with Lights, a fellow-Canadian whose oeuvre includes hit singles, albums, comic books and more.
Deadmau5 has revealed the video for his first Rob Swire collaboration in 10 years, titled ‘Monophobia’. You can watch it below.
The track features on Deadmau5’s new eight-track EP, 'Mau5ville: Level 1', which landed last week (13th July) and also features tracks from mau5trap family members Rizen, ATTLAS and Latroit.
Deadmau5 has shared a new eight-track EP, titled 'Mau5ville: Level 1'. You can listen to it below.
The eight-track EP features his collaboration with Pendulum’s Rob Swire, named ‘Monophobia’, as well as tracks from mau5trap family members Rizen, ATTLAS and Latroit.
The mau5trap don – real name Joel Zimmerman – shared the artwork and tracklist on Twitter last week (10th July).
Listen to Deadmau5’s new EP, 'Mau5ville: Level 1', below.
Deadmau5’s 'Coffee Run' videos have returned with a new episode featuring emergent bass star Getter.
Deadmau5 has shared the album artwork for his new EP, Mauville: Level 1, set for release this Friday 13th July.
‘Monophobia’ is the name of the track and it marks the first collaboration between the pair since the classic ‘Ghosts N Stuff’ nearly a decade ago.