Deadmau5 unveiled Cube 2.2 this week to some minor confusion. At just 3’ tall, the desktop replica will be used exclusively for “show development purposes” at his high-tech mansion.
According to Deadmau5’s tweets (see below), the mini-cube was designed by the team at Saskatoon-based All Things LED. It has been designed as an exact replica of Cube 2.0 “with the exact same pixel count and panel configuration / mapping. just WAYYY higher pixel pitch.”
Deadmau5 shined the light squarely on his mau5trap roster with his recent BBC Radio 1 residency mix.
In addition to including tracks by upstart REZZ (‘Relax’), Transcode ('Magnetic Empathy'), Kellerkind ('Shakti Pan'), and big-room maestro ATTLAS, Deadmau5 brought frequent tour partner Feed Me into the broadcast with a special one-hour mix. The full track list can be found ahead of the stream.
Deadmau5 also used the 2-hour segment to promote new additions to his ‘lots of shows in a row tour’.
Deadmau5 recently opened up his Canadian home for an in-depth tour, and now the web is free to explore the producer’s trove of gear and technological gadgetry.
Deadmau5 has re-recorded his less-than-desired Testpilot set from Movement Detroit. The mix is part of his BBC Radio 1 Residency.
Deadmau5’s highly-anticipated new live show ‘Cube 2.1’ is finally available to watch in glorious 1080p HD thanks to one determined YouTuber, SF Show Pro.
Deadmau5's love-affair with Jay-Z and Tidal must have come to an end as the Canadian producer has just uploaded a 46-hour long Spotify playlist.
The playlist, in general, is a little more techno-leaning than you might expect and sees the Canadian producer spotlighting a lot of his Mau5trap signings, including REZZ, ATTLAS, Monstergetdown, Matt Lange, BlackGummy and No Mana.
Clocking in at 496 tracks, the playlist should give you a decent snapshot of what Deadmau5 is enjoying at the moment when it comes to electronic music.
Deadmau5 has always had the taste for fast cars and after selling his P1 to fund his new live show, the Canadian DJ and producer has just taken delivery of his latest ride: a British-made BAC Mono.
Obstensibly a track-day car, the BAC Mono has the power to rearrange your face thanks to its incredible power-to-weight ratio, which can be seen below when Jeremy Clarkson tested the track-day car a few years ago on old Top Gear.
Deadmau5 has filed a countersuit against Emma Bassiri (owner) and Scott Hutchinson (manager) of meowingtons.com. He and his counsel argue the website and trademark are confusing his fans and damaging the goodwill of himself and his pet feline.
Deadmau5 first took exception with Bassiri in early 2017, when he filed a petition with the United States Patent and Trademark office challenging her trademark. Bassiri responded with a suit of her own.
Deadmau5 aired the fourth episode of his BBC Radio 1 residency last week (4th May). You can now listen back to it in full below.
During the mix, Deadmau5 premiered forthcoming new mau5trap material from Feed Me, titled ‘Existential Crisis’, as well as revealing the artist would join him next month for a guest mix.
Through the rest of the show, Deadmau5 played material from Christian Hornbostel, OC & Verde, Kölsch and many more. You can see the full tracklist below.
Deadmau5 will bring a pop-up emporium to Los Angeles over the weekend, coinciding with his four-date run of Cube 2.1 shows at The Shrine.
'Lots of stuff in a store' sets up shop at 346 North Fairfax Avenue in Los Angeles and is open noon - 8pm on 27th April and 28th April.
Exclusive items and special merchandise will be sold across the two days, in collaboration with artist Ron English, audio manufacturers Kef and fashion line Kid Dangerous.
Following a successful stint in New York last month, Deadmau5 again partners with FANCY.com for the pop-up store.