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.
Responding to a fan's question whether he might wear his old LED mouse head for an up-and-coming show, Deadmau5 has confirmed that he's actually been working on a new version of his iconic mouse head helmet.
The electronic producer confirmed that he has a new mouse head in the works, but it's "still a little ways away", so he'll be resurrecting his old LED helmet for the time being.
Deadmau5's latest live tour, dubbed 'Lots of shows in a row', is in full swing — with the controversial Canadian producer heading to Seattle this weekend — and judging by the photos we've secured from his New York shows, it looks like his best show, in both scale and scope, yet.
Deadmau5 will perform at an Insomniac warehouse show later this month, Saturday 29th April, alongside ongoing dates as part of his Lots Of Shows In A Row tour.
It's the first time in five years that the US-based DJ has played an Insomniac party and will feature support sets from Brazilian techno star ANNA and mau5trap-signed act, Monstergetdown.
Deadmau5 turned his hotel room into an impromptu workshop on Sunday evening to troubleshoot technical issues with his Cube 2.1 live show, after news of problems during his Merriweather Post Pavilion performance on Saturday night.
You can see the Instagram post showing the impromptu workshop in Deadmau5’s hotel room below.
As EDM in DC reported via Twitter, the set in Columbia, MD, cut out twice; each time in excess of 10 minutes. Explaining the issue was rooted in excessive bass vibrations shaking a cable loose, the fix was relatively easy for the technically-savvy producer.
Deadmau5 has revealed that he will join Eric Prydz at his Hï Ibiza residency for two exclusive dates on the White Isle this summer.
Real name Joel Zimmerman, Deadmau5 will hit the new Ibiza venue on 18th July and 22nd August.
Deadmau5 pulled an outrageous prank on fans at his NYC show at the Hammerstein Ballroom over the weekend.
Deadmau5 has pulled an outrageous prank on fans at his NYC show at the Hammerstein Ballroom over the weekend.
It was the fourth show in a row at the famous NYC venue for the EDM producer and also happened to coincide with April Fool’s Day (1st April 2017), with the DJ altering the show’s setlist to include a spin of Rick Astley’s ‘Never Gonna Give You Up’.
The late ‘80s classic was sandwiched in between renditions of Deadmau5’s own anthemic track ‘Ghosts ‘n Stuff’ — you can watch a video of the prank below.
Hardwell hasn't been booked for Tomorrowland 2017, marking the second year in a row the Dutchman will miss the event.
The two-time DJ Mag Top 100 DJs winner was a regular on the Tomorrowland bill for years prior to 2016, his sets there helping catapult him to global superstardom.
Electric Zoo has revealed the first phase of its line-up, for the event that runs from Friday 1st to Sunday 3rd September at Randall’s Island Park in New York City.
Deadmau5 & Eric Prydz, DJ Snake and Above & Beyond all headline, and are joined by Sasha & Digweed, Danny Tenaglia, Paul Kalkbrenner, Oliver Heldens, Claptone and many more across the weekend.
Electric Zoo is also taking European promoters Elrow and Awakenings back to the festival this year.
Check out the full Electric Zoo first phase line-up below.
Deadmau5 debuted his Cube 2.1 live show earlier this week (29th March) at the Polaris Hammerstein Ballroom in New York.
You can watch the first fan shot footage of Deadmau5’ Cube 2.1 in action below.