While Deadmau5 may have pushed a number of buttons with his opulent live displays and sharp industry opinions, his studio ingenuity remains a topic rarely disputed. Case in hand, a track conjured during his latest live broadcast studio session unveils yet another strong indicator that being a leader amid the button pushing generation need not equate to mediocre music.

Layered with vintage synth work and pacing melodic chords, this somewhat nostalgic extension of the Electro stylings Zimmerman has become synonymous with is sure to add a feather or two to his well-plumed industry cap for 2012. Suspected to be the follow-up to ‘The Veldt’ and seeing the light of day ahead of his next single ‘Professional Griefers’, Deadmau5 remains a force capable of pushing all the right buttons for the summer clubbing season.

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There Might Be Coffee

Update: Deadmau5 has released a preview of a more final and extended version of the track.

There Might Be Coffee (Final Version)

Update 2: 5 hour video of Deadmau5 producing the track has been added

Words by Dan Carter

15 Comments to “Preview: Deadmau5 – “There Might Be Coffee””

  • Dam u’re fast! great preview aswell

  • Awesome

  • Great Job……Great song…..

  • that’s proper progressive house..breathtaking

  • Looks like Deadmau5 has been listening to some Porter Robinson! The melody is definitely reminiscent of Unison.

  • diggin those sounds

  • Deadmau5 does it again

  • 24000 plays in 45 minutes, unreal

  • Wow this sounds so good.

  • apatx, indeed. thought about that directly. i guess he is doing it because Porter claimed that mau5 copied the melody in The Veldt from Language.

  • lol Porter Robinson is just an overratted guy. As a producer is not even that good.

  • Has abit of eric prydz feeling to it, pretty good

  • Really really awesome tune. Would have prefered it being more melodic but I guess it instead keeps true to deadmau5’s style.

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  • hmzz , to me it Sounds like music from a scene from Fame serie in the 80’s
    indeed like you said : somewhat Nostalgic. mr Jean Michell Jarre style.
    well produced, not my style.

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