Last week, Joel revisited the land of cheese with holes, mouthwatering bacon and most importantly… Vikings. Sweden looked insane, whilst the Norwegian album… well lets just say, it goes…….. BANG! Joel tweeted: “holy carp Norway! that was awesome, as expected! Loved the radioactive mice in the crowd!” And then, despite some highly threatening weather in Denmark, Roskilde Festival as expected – well, it went right off didn’t it… back to Joel: “Roskilde doesnt give a shit if theres rain. Were going to get wet and loud anyway. #thepartygoeson”
At roughly half way through his European Tour, deadmau5 managed to squeeze 3 days out of his schedule to chill in ibiza. As we all know, he’s become quite the photographer of late, and it seems his recent passion worked well with the natural bueaty of Evissa. Day One appears to be about the old town and chasing poor reptiles. Day Two was all about boats, beaches and…. beards. Day Three shows us a slightly more romantic Joel – with some stunning shots at sundown. Below are the full sets. Now, lets put the f##king camera away and smash some tunes please… next stop… Dance Republic Open Air! Slovenia… Lets Go!!!
Feed Me returns after his Beatport top 10 dominating ‘Big Adventure’ EP with yet another aptly named ‘To The Stars‘ EP. Including four hard hitting, breath taking and expertly produced tracks due for release on deadmau5′s mau5trap label.
He teams up again with the mesmerising vocals of Tasha Baxter for ‘Strange Behaviour’ – an anthem in it’s own right that will overrule your speakers with resonating bass riffs and chunky beats, not to mention the unforgettable, catchy vocals.
‘To The Stars’ combines Feed Me’s signature acid bass lines with more cleverly programmed synth hooks and spine tingling breakdowns. He adds a quirky intro to ‘Pink Lady’ then straight into rattling bass and noises you would have never even heard of on tracks previously to this.
When you thought Feed Me couldn’t deliver anymore we are blessed with ‘Chain Smoker’ – a track to keep feet stomping and heads blown on any dance floor.
Feed Me yet again takes us on one of his spectacular journeys through musical genius and what better label to play host than deadmau5′s globally dictating mau5trap. Hope you all enjoy.