Listen To Unreleased Deadmau5 Material From Recent Live Stream

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Over the last several months, fans have been treated to quite a few tastes of new music from deadmau5. Following the release of “Snowcone,” the mau5 has shared a number of new tracks that show off a refined maturation of his signature sound with efforts like “Hyperlandia” and “Saved.” Now, a live stream from earlier in the month has surfaced to give us a glimpse of some more unreleased music from the Canadian producer.

The new ID features all the tried and true trademarks we’ve come to expect from deadmau5, with gradually evolving analog synth progressions and spellbinding melodies. The clip that’s surfaced is largely without percussion until four on the floor kicks join the mix around the halfway mark, and then comes to a close with a somber ambient pad section.

The clip is only a little over four minutes long, but considering deadmau5‘s penchant for releasing music with staggering track lengths, it’s likely only a section of the finished product, which we hope to see included on his upcoming studio album.

Source: Your EDM