Back in November of 2017, Deadmau5 told the vocalist Bo Mason that he would produce his entire album if he received one million plays on his song. After flooding Reddit users and his fans, Bo Mason accomplished this major feat, but Deadmau5 was nowhere to be found. Just recently Deadmau5 explained the situation for everyone
deadmau5 is in good company at Kobalt Music. The where’s the drop?producer recently inked a contract with Kobalt’s AWAL imprint, rendering AWAL the platform for ensuing installments in deadmau5’s developing mau5ville EP series. David Guetta is the latest electronic act to pen a deal with the publishing company, recently inking his own worldwide contract with Kobalt. The organization will provide publishing administration for Guetta’s extensive catalogue, including global synch and creative support services.
“David’s track record speaks for itself,” said Kobalt CEO and founder, Willard Ahdritz. “He’s a rare breed — a global superstar who’s worked with the world’s biggest artists and created hit after hit. David and his business manager, Jean-Charles, have built an amazing collection of great music over the past 15 years and it will continue to live on for years to come,” Ahdritz added, “It’s an honor to represent his music as part of the Kobalt family.”
Guetta is engrossed in the production of his seventh studio album, due later this year. For now, fans can get a taste of what the veteran French mega-producer has underway with Guetta’s most recent single with Anne-Marie, “Don’t Leave Me Alone.”
I’m not really sure how they do it, but Birthdayy Partyy are back again with the seventeenth single of the year. We’ve seen them release some incredible throwback remixes, as well as a few official ones for artists like Autograf and LUZCID. Now they’ve taken on “Monophobia” from the legends Deadmau5 and Rob Swire of
deadmau5 has released the latest episode of his coffee run series, and this episode features none other than streamer and former pro Counter-Strike player, Shroud. The duo have a slow start, noting they both haven’t been up before 10 a.m. in ages, but get going after breaking open the caffeine.
deadmau5’s latest guest serves as a continuation of the producer’s growing involvement in the gaming and esports industries. He will be launching not only his own video game in the coming year, but will also be opening a LAN/gaming center in Canada. He and Shroud initially connected over their mutual love for PUBG.
Those who follow the duo won’t be surprised about deadmau5’s latest guest after seeing Shroud attend previous shows and their interactions online.
Just last week, Deadmau5 uploaded his coffee run featuring DJ and producer Getter. As Deadmau5 has announced the return of his ‘Coffee Run’ series, Deadmau5 decided to take the Canadian professional eSports and video game streamer, Shroud, with him on his latest journey. Even though the audio doesn’t sound the greatest, Deadmau5 takes the McLaren
Deadmau5 has been on a rampage of hard work this year. Just this year, he has released “Monophobia” with Rob Swire, released part 1 of mau5ville, his first EP on his record label and is already teasing part 2. Twitter seems to be the go-to place these days when announcing new songs and news in general. Deadmau5
Quickly following up on the recently release of his eight-track compilation album, mau5ville: level 1, deadmau5 just teased more good news, announcing an upcoming collaboration with indie-pop phenomenon and fellow Canadian, Lights. The Skin & Earth vocalist has racked up hundreds of millions of plays over the course of a storied career, with a rap sheet that boasts LPs, comic books, acoustic work and more. Hot off the heels of some fan praise on the acclaimed Rob Swire collaboration “Monophobia,” deadmau5 had this to offer.
It is unclear if the new joint effort with Lights will come as a one-off, or a single from the mau5’s newly announced level 2 follow up, which he will begin teasing via his Twitch account. For now, the waiting game begins on the new Lights collaboration, though luckily, we have a full compilation of new work that still very much has our attention captured.
Amazon Prime Day is a time where the internet collectively comes together and bombards the largest online retailer with orders to take advantage of deals that are usually only offered to pay subscribers. While employees at Amazon hate the extended hours of the week in which they have to work overtime in order to fulfill
Dance music is kind of known for its bizarre music videos. If you doubt that go check out Aphex Twin’s ‘Window Licker’ or Duck Sauce’s ‘Big Bad Wolf’. Trust me, go ahead, I’ll wait. Back? Okay good. Now that you are up to speed with the bizarre world of EDM music videos, we dive into
As Deadmau5 is scheduled to take on Amazon’s Prime Day with his PUBG Twitch Livestream, Deadmau5 has also just released his new mau5ville: Level 1 EP. The new EP comes just weeks after Deadmau5 released his orchestral album where’s the drop which mades its debut in June. One month later, Deadmau5 finds himself with a