Canadian club titan Deadmau5 will release his sixth studio album entitled “>album title goes here<” for his own Mau5trap label and Parlophone on September 25 (24 in Europe). Following on from 2010’s “4×4=12″ album, the latest bizarrely titled studio album from the preacher to the button-pushing generation will drop more than a month after his next single release alongside Gerard Way, ‘Professional Griefers’.
Made up of 13 original Deadmau5 tracks, including the long-awaited formal release of ‘October’, “>album title goes here<” focuses almost solely on the latest productions to come out of Joel Zimmerman’s countless hours in the studio over the past year, showcasing the true versatility of the infamous mau5keteer in the process. The album will feature collaborations alongside Wolfgang Gartner, Chris James, Gerard Way, Imogen Heap and Cypress Hill, and while many of the tracks have already hit the web as a result to Zimmerman’s unorthodox yet acclaimed urge to the act known as “soundclouding,” “>album title goes here<” indicates that, as far as Deadmau5’s music output is concerned, Zimmerman will continue to push all the right buttons for the remainder of 2012.
Update (14/8): Pre-order the album here.
02. Channel 42 – deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner
03. The Veldt (feat. Chris James)
04. Fn Pig
05. Professional Griefers (feat. Gerard Way)
07. There Might Be Coffee
08. Take care of the proper paperwork
12. Failbait (feat. Cypress Hill)
13. Telemiscommunications (feat. Imogen Heap)
Some finished and unfinished samples of some of the tracks:
It has been an essential gem to electronic dance music over the past year, premiered by the superstar Avicii in early 2010. Gradually building hype, the remix of last year’s beauty from Imogen Heap has become a very sought-after piece. As 2010’s throbbling collaboration EP alongside Tim Berg (a.k.a Avicii) and Oliver Ingrosso consistently busted the Beatport chart, Otto Knows is an earnest producer and DJ, ready to collect himself a steady and wide fan base. Premiered by Alesso in his warm-up live set for Sebastian Ingrosso at Münchenbryggeriet in mid March of this year was an all new collaboration between Knows and his rapidly advancing compatriot Alesso named Diz Diz. As he’s preparing to warm-up the crowd at Privilege in Ibiza before none other than top-tier headliner Tiësto on June 20th and getting yet another brand new production of his premiered by Avicii, the long-awaited rework of Hide and Seek is at last falling into line under his belt as a highly rated piano smash. Sprinkled by an absolute brilliant setting of piano leads, it comes just in time for what might be the best Summer yet for house and EDM. Gear up for the embellished appeal of perfectly compiled piano tones coming from on the rise-producer Otto Knows, graced with the smooth vocal from the world renowned London singer. As the simple but shrewdly stripped melody emerges the drop, a full-on, feel-good buzz from the driven drum line kicks in to fulfil the purpose of this mighty and never-released remix – to impact dancefloors across the globe. Our celebration of the 1 year anniversary continues, going on the heels of the free give-away from Tommy Trash on Sunday. Make sure you don’t miss out on this one!
I know a lot of you guys like the original version of Hide and Seek and so do I! I also really like this version of it with the lovely piano that suits the vocals very well. It’s made by the young Swedish duo The Box and I think they have great potential! As you can see it’s a free download so feel free to download it, Cheers!
Free Download: Imogen Heap – Hide and Seek (The Box Remix)