>No Deadmau5 thread
About to go deep into this album.
I like everything he previewed and I'm listening to Somewhere Up Here and I REALLY like this one.
It's different, and I like that about it. Especially compared to what the EDM world has been shitting out the last 2 years.
I think it's perfect background noise or easy listening material.
Some songs though, are fucking amazing, imo.
The only think that dissapoints me is Somewhere Up Here. Long ago, it used to be this 13 minute song that was absolute bliss. Now it's all shortened and stuff. Still sounds ok I guess. That's my only complaint so far.
Another dude here, but I gotcha covered. Here are some of my favourites
This is from his really early days before he was deadmau5, but it's stunning imo. First time I heard it I listened to it three times in a row.
Here's deadmau5 doing a more traditional trance tune, it's so powerful.
I wouldn't say this is underground, but it's not on any of his album. The melodies and tone on this song are gorgeous.
Here's another early one, if you haven't already heard it. Especially interesting since it contains a middle breakdown part he later reuses and revamps for the breakdown part of "Cthullu Sleeps"
I've heard some tunes from the others "At play" albums (mainly vol.2), but not a lot from vol.1, going to download them all.
Never heard of that one, thank you. Feels very different from his new stuff, in a good way.
Yeah it's really interesting to hear his early stuff, he really was all over the map in terms of his sound. Made a loooooot of psy trance, and even dabbled in french house:
If you're curious about his early stuff definitely download "deadmau5 circa 1998-2002. Some real gems on it, plus it's just interesting as a fan to see how far he's come
>tfw deadmau5 monitoring thread and plebs don't know it