Talented up & comer, ₵HANGE, created a beautiful new mashup titled “Bomb.” The mashup features samples from Zedd, Audien, The Killers, Matthew Koma, and Deadmau5. Read what Change had to say about the mashup below.
If you’ve been following my Music for some time now, you’ll know I started off doing what every other person trying to make it in this business did/does – Mashups. I try to think my style of doing these repetitive things separates me from the rest of the storming herd. Anyway, I hope you you enjoy this blend of amazing original tunes from my personal favorite collection.
"Bomb" (Change Mashup)
Deadmau5 was in an “arts n crafty” mood today as he took on How to Destroy Angels’s single “Ice Age.” The HTDA track actually recently received the video treatment and now has gotten Deadmau5′s stamp of approval with a remix. Mau5 keeps it simple on the new remix by adding a powerful bass and experimental sounds throughout the prolonged 7 minutes.
DJ and producer Kap Slap released a new mashup that includes Deadmua5′s The Veldt, Porter Robinson’s Language and Til Death by Wynter Gordon. The three tracks sound great together and create a chill progressive vibe. Hopefully we will be hearing some original production from the college artist in the near future. We may be a week late on this one, but it is still worth the download.
Deadmau5 just released the official music video to his collaboration with Gerard Way of My Chemical Romance, “Professional Griefers”. In what is supposedly the most expensive dance music video ever, Joel Zimmerman and Gerard Way battle in the UFC Octagon. But instead of fist-fighting each other (which we’d all like so see) , the two are controlling huge computer Mau5 bots to fight each other. Watch the video below.
Funny enough, one year ago today we received the low quality rip of a new Deadmau5 single entitled “Professional Griefers.” And today the single has officially hit Beatport with vocals added by My Chemical Romances own, Gerard Way. The instrumental version was also included for purchase. Deadmau5′s new album >album title goes here< is set for release on September 25. You can check out some unfinished and finished previews of track that will be featured on the album here. ”Professional Griefers” is a must download, personally I prefer the instrumental version, but you can stream both versions below and purchase them today.
Update: Deadmau5 released the behind the scenes video for the official visual. The budget was supposedly huge for this music video.
Deadmau5 is releasing a new single and announcing his new album preorder. His new album >album title goes here< is set for release on September 25, with preorder beginning on this upcoming Tuesday, August 14. His new single “Professional Griefers” feat. Gerard Way (My Chemical Romance) is also being released that Tuesday. When I first saw the title in my email, I wasn’t sure if maybe the album title just wan’t announced yet, but knowing Deadmau5 I should have realized >album title goes here< is actually the album title. Especially since his past album titles include Random Album Title and For Lack of a Better Name.
Deadmau5′s tracklist also features some interesting names including Gerard Way (lead singer from My Chemical Romance), Cypress Hill, Imogen Heap, Wolfgang Gartner and Chris James.
Note that the previews below are not all finished versions.
02. Channel 42 (feat. Wolfgang Gartner)
03. The Veldt (feat. Chris James)
04. Fn Pig
05. Professional Griefers (feat. Gerard Way)
07. There Might Be Coffee
08. Take care of the proper paperwork
12. Failbait (feat. Cypress Hill)
13. Telemiscommunications (feat. Imogen Heap)
Deadmau5 has been the center of attention recently with his common rants, this time talking about how “we all press play” referring to DJs. In the midst of the controversy with A-Trak responding to Joels rant, Zimmerman decided to let go an unfinished version of one of his new tracks entitled “There Might Be Coffee”. It still has to be mixed and mastered, but the new song will definitely shut everyone up since it serves as a great follow up to Deadmau5′s latest “The Veldt. This past weekend I was at the IDfestival in NY and almost all DJs dropped “The Veldt”. His new melodic mix delivers from the start of the tune till the end. Check it out below.
Update: Deadmau5 let loose the finished version to his new track “There Might Be Coffee”. You can stream it below or get the free download of the unmastered version above.
Deadmau5′s record, Mau5trap, has released a new EP titled “We Are Friends.” “We Are Friends” features a wide variety of Electronic music as we can see that Mau5trap is taking a broader approach as they try to reach a bigger audience. This release definitely enriches Electronic musical taste and hopefully, we will hear more from Mau5trap in the near future. Check out the EP below and buy it on Beatport!
Deadmau5′s label, Mau5trap Records, is gearing up to release a new nine track EP entitled We Are Friends. With music ranging from melodic progressive house, to electro and dubstep; there is a song for everyone on the project. Deadmau5 definitely recruited a very talented group of producers to make up Mau5trap Records and this EP proves it. Although I do not recognize all of the names, I’m sure we will be hearing about most of them in the near future. Preview the songs below and pick up the EP on Beatport July 30th.
Release Date: July 30th via Beatport
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Mr. Zimmerman released this video yesterday for his newly released EP “The Veldt EP.” An interesting part of the video is the very end when Zimmerman gives respect to the late Ray Bradbury, who passed away earlier this month. I’m assuming that Zimmerman named this track “The Veldt” after Bradbury’s short story with the same title. The lyrics in the track along with what happens in the video match the story that Bradbury tells in “The Veldt.” Best known for writing Fahrenheit 451, Bradbury was one of the most influential American writers of the 20th century. It is definitely nice to see deadmau5 pay homage to an important figure in American writing. RIP Ray Bradbury.