If any performance marked the peak of the 2016 festival season, it was undoubtedly that of deadmau5 and Eric Prydz last Friday at Tomorrowland Belgium. The progressive house power duo subsequently teased that they may bring their live show to the US, and the former artist has also now shared the first photo of his Cube 2.0 stage concept.
The first incarnation of deadmau5′ Cube arguably stood out as his most celebrated stage show concept, and two months ago he revealed CG renderings of the structure that he’d made using the Unreal Engine. In a photo posted to his Instagram account, fans can now get a glimpse of the Cube 2.0 as well as its control panel.
While deadmau5 has yet to announce an official debut date of the Cube 2.0, fans strongly suspect that it might accompany him on the future performances he has planned with Prydz. In the meantime, you can surely expect more photos of the LED-paneled structure to surface in the weeks to follow.