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February 12, 2013

“Channel 42″, now available on iTunes, reunites deadmau5 with his “Animal Rights” partner-in-crime Wolfgang Gartner. It’s a true treat as “Animal Rights” remains a live staple and favorite. Still, these two tap into something magical once again.

June 26, 2012

The Veldt EP, out now at iTunes, includes remixes by Tommy Trash and FreeForm five, both with the vocals of Chris James. The package comes complete with Failbait, which sees an appearance from hop hop legends Cypress Hill.

May 12, 2012

Five weeks ago, whilst streaming on live.deadmau5.com, mau5 wrote an instrumental that would become “The Veldt”. Chris James, a fan, took the track, added his vocal and shared on soundcloud.

 

Not long after, the horde discovered Chris’ upload and urged Joel to listen… Soon after, the two artists were speaking online and within days, deadmau5 featuring Chris James “The Veldt” was complete. The single is out now at iTunes and can be downloaded here.

April 20, 2012

Last month UK party starters Foreign Beggars were unveiled as the latest addition to the burgeoning mau5trap label roster. The group, individually known as Orifice Vulgatron, Metropolis and DJ Nonames, have built a revered reputation over the last decade for their versatility, prolific creativity and high octane live shows. Now they open the latest chapter in their evolution with new track ‘Palm Of My Hand’ produced by kidkanevil, the first tantalizing taster to be taken from their forthcoming album for the label, ‘The Uprising’. The single is available for download now on all digital stores. Click here to download at beatport and here for iTunes.

 

 

March 24, 2012

Yesterday [23rd March], mau5trap hosted its first mau5hax. What turned out to be nearly a 12hr production session was streamed through live.deadmau5.com.

 

The day, hosted by Honor Roll Music studios and in partnership with beatport, saw visits and support from Feed Me, Moguai, Kill The Noise and a last minute vocal performance from Foreign Beggars – who’s lyrical inspiration came from a facebook and twitter post.