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Strobe (12")
Cat: MAU 5022. Rel: 25 Jan 10
Electro House
  1. Strobe (original)
  2. Strobe (DJ Marky & SPY remix)
  3. Strobe (Plump DJs remix)
Album Title Goes Here
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Cat: MAU5CD 015. Rel: 24 Sep 12
Electro House
  1. Superliminal
  2. Channel 42 (Deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner)
  3. The Veldt (feat Chris James - 8 minute edit)
  4. Fn Pig
  5. Professional Griefers (feat Gerard Way)
  6. Maths
  7. There Might Be Coffee
  8. Take Care Of The Proper Paperwork
  9. Closer
  10. October
  11. Sleepless
  12. Failbait (feat Cypress Hill)
  13. Telemiscommunications (feat Imogen Heap)
Review: For a man with so many Djing (or play button pressing) commitments, Joel Zimmerman is surprisingly productive. Album Title Goes Here (the wag, etc) is his 10th album in six years - a record that will keep the mouse head wearing Canadian in luxury cheese for years to come. As a set, Album Title Goes Here is pretty much what you'd expect, delivering various takes on house that are deeply rooted in his pumping, main room style. There are darker, tech-tinged moments ("Take Care of the Proper Paperwork"), shimmering faux ambient cuts ("Closer"), noisy electro-house rinse-outs ("Professional Griefers") and a well-executed tribute to fellow mask-wearers Daft Punk ("Maths"). Fans will love it.
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Oxygen (12")
Cat: MAU5 041V. Rel: 19 Dec 11
Electro House
  1. Oxygen (original mix)
  2. Oxygen (club mix)
  3. Oxygen (Jacob Plant remix)
Review: Not many record sleeves these days are as striking as Deadmau5's very own Mau5trap. His Iconic rodent head now synonymous with quality electronic music and in recent times covering a wide spectrum too. The latest comes from one of the imprint's very first signings, featuring the stunning tones of Fiora and sitting somewhere between prog, house, and trance. The Club mix does exactly what it says on the tin, with that extra bit of power deliver by a chunkier bassline. One to watch for 2012 Jacob Plant lays it down big, bad, and heavy for his dubstep cut.
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