Over recent months, mental health has been brought to the forefront of the music industry. We are not going to mention any of the tragic events that have occurred, because, well, quit honestly we all hold them very close to heart and they do not need to be resurfaced. That said, many musicians have come
Gorillaz have definitely made their presence known over the last two years. Between Humanz in 2017 and The Now Now in 2018, the group is leading with the most music released. But, it could be as long as a decade before we hear new music from Gorillaz ever again. Recently, frontman Doman Albarn hinted that the
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Modern dance music has procured some of the most iconic stage setups in recent memory. Skrillex‘s mothership rig, Justice‘s legendary cross, and of course, Daft Punk‘s epochal pyramid immediately come to mind.
The conversation wouldn’t be complete, however, without mention of deadmau5‘s illustrious cube rig, and its 2017 upgrade when he launched the “Cube 2.0” and “Cube 2.2” designs. Now, deadmau5 is set to up the ante yet again.
so… yeah… we just built another cube… “other cube” we call it. you’ll see it soon.
— Goat lord (@deadmau5) January 17, 2018
The mau5trap head honcho announced a new iteration of his famed live performance weapon, simply designated the “Other Cube.” Tantalizing fans on Twitter, the “Strobe” creator promised the world will see the mysterious new cube soon, noting that it has already been built and, presumably, ready to hit the road.
2018 will see many artists announce tours, but Zeds Dead will not be one of them.
The Canadian duo recently took to Facebook to notify fans that the year will bring a touring schedule significantly less rigorous than their 2017.
“This year we’ve decided to do things a bit differently than usual,” Zeds Dead writes. “We won’t be on the road as much, very little actually. We’re going to be focusing on creating new Zeds Dead music, growing our label Deadbeats, our radio show, working to make our live shows even better, and possibly stopping to smell the roses once in a while.”
The Northern Lights producers assure fans that the year will still yield “tons of new music” originating not only from the Zeds Dead brand, but from their Deadbeats imprint as well.
While the hiatus will temporarily remove the bass aficionados from the touring track, fans will have the ability to catch Zeds Dead at a number of summer festivals, including Okeechobee Music Festival.