deadmau5 shares Ultra recap with Lights and Cubev3 installation

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Just weeks after debuting his new Cubev3 setup at Ultra Music Festival, deadmau5 has shared a brief recap for those who weren’t in the Miami crowd. In the three-minute video, he shows the work that went into setting up the impressive installation, starting with packing up the Cube in Toronto in February, along with snippets from sound-checking with Lights. Set to mau5ville: Level 2‘s “Drama Free,” the video drops with the chorus and shows an enthralled Ultra crowd going nuts to the new setup and Lights’ live performance of the song along with it.

deadmau5 is taking the monstrous setup on the road, making stops in Los Angeles, Chicago, Brooklyn and more this fall and in early 2020. Learn more and get tickets here.

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Live set roundup: Stream Ultra day two performances from Zedd, deadmau5, Martin Garrix + more

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Live set roundup: Stream Ultra day two performances from Zedd, deadmau5, Martin Garrix + morePhilippe Wuyts For Ultra Music Festival Day 3 1

Ultra Music Festival‘s second day of production was nothing short of explosive. Martin Garrix fans found an unexpected new Garrix single on major streaming platforms everywhere just minutes after Garrix took Ultra’s main stage. Sound familiar? It should have, for that single was none other than Matisse & Sadko and Alex Aris’ collaboration, “Mistaken,” which comprised the opening of Garrix’s Ultra set. Garrix’s swift progression from the live debut of an unreleased ID, to the formal release thereof, however, was but one of the many noteworthy electronic developments of Ultra’s second day.

From deadmau5‘s presentation of the cutting-edge technology that is Cube 3.0 for the very first time during his main stage closing set, to Zedd’s gritty remix of Swedish House Mafia‘s “Save to World,” not to mention Illenium‘s Ultra debut, day two of the Miami flagship kept live streamers and attendees alike engaged in their uncertainty of just what would happen next. Relive the festival’s momentous sequel to day one with sets from Zedd, Armin van Buuren, Illenium, NGHTMRE & Slander (Gud Vibrations), Tchami, deadmau5, and Martin Garrix.

Revisit live sets from Ultra’s opening day, here.

Zedd, Main Stage

Armin van Buuren, Main Stage

Illenium, Main Stage

NGHTMRE & Slander (Gud Vibrations)

Tchami, Main Stage

deadmau5, Main Stage

Martin Garrix, Main Stage

Photo credit: Philippe Wuyts Photography

Deadmau5 Shows Off New Cube At Ultra 2019 While DJing From His Gaming Chair

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With Day 2 coming to an end, thousands of fans tuned in online to UMF TV as well as in person to see Deadmau5 perform with his new Cube. To close down the live stage on Day 2 of Ultra Music Festival 2019, Deadmau5 showed off Cube 3.0 complete with its seemingly transparent walls. What’s

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STREAM NOW: deadmau5 debuts cube 3.0 on Ultra Music Festival mainstage

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Ultra Music Festival is well underway, marking the 2019 edition as a historical one with their move to the Virginia Key island. With numerous highly anticipated performances still yet to come, deadmau5 will take the stage to debut the latest of his large scale production endeavours with the Cube 3.0. After the recent announcement of his upcoming fall North American tour, the Canadian producer will unveil his stage set up, in all its grandiose at the Ultra Live Arena on Saturday, March 30.

To see the Cube 3.0 in action, tune into the Ultra livestream now.


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deadmau5 announces North American Cube 3.0 Tour ahead of the production’s debut at Ultra Music Festival

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Deadmau5‘s famed Cube tour is now returning for its third iteration from September 2019 until February the following year. The producer announced he will be embarking upon a Cube 3.0 tour across North America, and he’s been showcasing his team’s work on the spectacle via his social media. As the tour draws nearer, fans can be sure he will give fans an even bigger look into what can be expected from the forthcoming events. The producer has done test shows for the Cube 3.0 at previous events in Colorado and Utah, and he will continue to innovate the large-scale production heading into the launch of the official tour.

Austin, TX and Los Angeles, CA will both have two and three night appearances respectively.  Other cities deadmau5 is coming to include Denver, CO, Washington D.C., and Seattle, Wa, among many others. Fans can sign up for the pre-sale verified fan registration here.

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EDC Las Vegas unveils full lineup featuring deadmau5, Eric Prydz, Tchami x Malaa + more

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The wait is finally over. The EDC Las Vegas 2019 lineup is here.

After an initial reveal on March 26’s Night Owl Radio episode with EDC founder Pasquale Rotella, the festival has unleashed its full offerings, spread out over the weekend of May 17-19 at the Las Vegas Motor Speedway. The three days are rife with talent as usual, kicking off with a Bill Nye-hosted opening ceremony. The initial evening will thrill with performances by deadmau5, Alesso, Above & Beyond, and an “old skool dubstep set” from Skream and Rusko. Saturday will see acts like Claude VonStroke, Kayzo, REZZ, Nero, and Charlotte De Witte take the stage. On EDC’s final day, festival-goers will be treated to sets from Armin van Buuren, Dillon Francis, Illenium, What So Not, and countless others.

Tickets are available here.

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Deadmau5 Returns To BBC Radio1’s Essential Mix For First Solo Mix In 11 Years [LISTEN]

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I know many years ago when I was in high school, Deadmau5’s first essential mix helped open my eyes to the brilliant world of dance music that existed just outside my knowledge. I still get goosebumps to this day, when I think of the closing line of the opening monologue – THE MAU5 SOUNDS LIKE

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deadmau5 makes his BBC Essential Mix debut as Testpilot [Stream]

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It’s been quite a while since deadmau5 recorded a BBC Radio 1 Essential Mix: 11 years, to be exact. The producer last put forth an individual Essential Mix in 2008, but now rejoins the Essential Mix circuit, to debut his first BBC mix as Testpilot. Testpilot’s inaugural BBC showing is exactly what listeners familiar with deadmau5’s industrially oriented alias would expect: smooth, seamless scaling of the house to tech-house continuum, with some idiosyncratic Testpilot reworks of deadmau5 originals to boot.

The two hour-long effort weaves releases from signature underground imprints like Adam Beyer’s Drumcode, and Sven Väth’s Cocoon Recordings with house and techno renditions of deadmau5 classics, like “Imaginary Friends” and “The Veldt” during the first hour. Deadmau5’s comparatively more recent Rob Swire collaboration, “Monophobia” too receives a Testpilot nod. Testpilot eventually gives way to deadmau5 in the final hour of the BBC Essential Mix, in audible credit to deadmau5’s ability to glide from one artistic identity to the next.

H/T: BBC Sounds

Deadmau5 primed to deliver new Essential Mix as Testpilot

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It seems deadmau5 is perennially hard at work. From consistently live streaming his creation process for fans and overhauling his Cube rig for the third time, to scoring films and pulling double duty at Ultra this year, performing under both his deadmau5 and Testpilot monikers, it seems Joel Zimmerman rarely takes a moment to smell the roses, if ever. Luckily for fans, the Mau5trap head honcho keeps the pedal to the floor, and his latest offering comes by way of a rare Testpilot outing, on perhaps the most renown mix show in electronic music. That’s right—we’re getting a Testpilot Essential Mix.

The BBC Radio 1 mix, debuting on March 23, is actually billed as deadmau5/Testpilot, suggesting that Joel will be flipping between aliases, and a trove of new material is likely underway. The Essential Mix comes hot off the heels of the recent release of Testpilot’s full Electric Forest performance from 2018. Revisit the Electric Forest set below in preparation for one of the most anticipated Essential Mixes of the year.

Tune into deadmau5/Testpilot’s Essential Mix here at 1:00am GMT

Getter Drops Dark New Deadmau5 Remix On The Vail Stop Of His Visceral Tour [WATCH]

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Getter is once again making waves in the dance music community. After some well deserved time off, the producer who got his start in the world of dubstep returned to the scene under his new rap alias – Terror Reid. Quite quickly Getter was once again making headlines for dropping some seriously amazing tracks under

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