Ah Saboten, I look forward to this every year and it seem every year it gets even better. Didnt take too many photos this year, mainly just saw friends and went to a few panels. until next time, Feedmau5 will be waiting, and wanting more… heheheheh
genre: IDM, Ambient, Progressive, Electro, Complextro, Deep House, Tech House, Trance… deadmau5 has created several new genres of electronic music.
Joel Thomas Zimmerman, better known by his stage name deadmau5, is a Canadian music producer and performer from Toronto. Zimmerman produces a variety of styles within the house genre and sometimes other forms of electronic dance music. His debut album, Get Scraped, was released in 2005, followed by others in the next few years. As well as his own solo releases, Zimmerman has worked alongside DJs and producers, such as Kaskade, MC Flipside, Rob Swire of Knife Party and Pendulum, Wolfgang Gartner, Bighorse, and on a number of releases, Zimmerman has partnered with Melleefresh. The release date is currently unknown, but an early 12” single produced on vinyl titled “I Don’t Want No Other” was released by Joel Zimmerman under the alias “Dred And Karma”. The 2006 album titled deadmau5 Circa 1998–2002 was released using the alias “Halcyon441” and the collaboration with Joel Zimmerman and Steve Duda was under the alias “BSOD”. In 2007, Zimmerman began his own record label “mau5trap”, which, along with Ultra Records and Ministry of Sound, released the 2008 album Random Album Title, which saw the collaboration of Zimmerman and San Francisco producer Kaskade with “I Remember”. Random Album Title, saw a digital release in September 2008 via Ultra Records in the United States and Ministry of Sound in the United Kingdom and Europe. On September 22, 2009, Ultra Records released his album For Lack of a Better Name in the United States, and October 5 internationally. For Lack of a Better Name includes two of Zimmerman’s most popular songs, “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff” (featuring Rob Swire) and “Strobe”. On August 9, 2012, Zimmerman announced his upcoming sixth studio album, Album Title Goes Here, which was released on September 24 of that year. Singles from this album include “Maths”, “The Veldt” (featuring Chris James) and “Professional Griefers” featuring My Chemical Romance singer Gerard Way. Dissatisfied with their latest album, Joel decided to start a new album that will be released possibly in 2014, including collaborations with Armin van Buuren and Kill The Noise.
deadmau5 - 777 (unreleased)
deadmau5 - Arcadia (unreleased)
deadmau5 - Coelacanth (unreleased)
deadmau5 feat Colleen D’Agostino - Drop The Popart (unreleased)
deadmau5 - My Pet Coelacanth (unreleased)
deadmau5 - Omnifck (unreleased)
deadmau5 - Silent Picture (unreleased)
deadmau5 - Infra Super Turbo Cart Pig Racer (unreleased)
deadmau5 & Kill The Noise - Kill The Mau5 (unreleased)
deadmau5 & Armin van Buuren - ID (unreleased)