“Some Chords,” the opening track of deadmau5’s 2010 album 4×4=12, is a classic mau5 track bathed in synths. Close friend Dillon Francis surprised fans in late August by playing his own remix of the song. The deadmau5 “Some Chords” (Dillon Francis remix) has now made its official debut on Twitter’s new Soundcloud integration player at: https://twitter.com/mau5trap/status/522847939379863553
The remix will appear on 5 years of mau5, a retrospective double album encompassing highlights from his most beloved back catalog alongside exclusive and new remixes from friends of mau5trap. It is due out November 24 via mau5trap.
deadmau5 will make his next major U.S. festival appearance on November 1 at HARD Day of the Dead in Southern California. There he’ll join Eric Prydz for a back-to-back performance on their‘mau5-ville’– hosted stage. Log on to target=”_blank”>www.harddayofthedead.com for more information.
Get up close and personal with deadmau5 on live.deadmau5.com.
Joel Zimmerman, more commonly known as deadmau5 (pronounced ‘dead mouse’), is one of the world’s most respected electronic music producers of modern times. Enjoying international chart success with his singles “Professional Griefers,” “Sofi Needs A Ladder,” “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff” and “I Remember,” he has also released five critically acclaimed albums: while(1<2), > album title goes here <, 4×4=12, For Lack Of A Better Name and Random Album Title. The multiple JUNO Award-winning and Grammy®-nominated artist performed at the 54th Annual GRAMMY Awards as part of its first ever telecast performance highlighting electronic music. His ability to push the boundaries of his talent grows at an equal rate to his fan base, which counts almost nine million on his Facebook page. deadmau5 is also the #1 selling artist on online retailer Beatport. A major touring act, he has headlined iTunes Music Festival, Lollapalooza, Outside Lands, Budweiser Made In America, Sonar, Virgin Mobile FreeFest, Coachella, Ultra Music Festival, HARD Day of the Dead, and Creamfields, and sold out Rogers Centre in Toronto and PETCO Park in San Diego, as well as multiple consecutive nights at legendary venues like the Roseland Ballroom in NYC and the Palladium in Los Angeles. Plans for a major world tour in 2015 are in now the works. He appeared on the cover of Rolling Stone (summer double issue, 2012), marking him as the first electronic artist to do so.