Deadmau5 Shows Off More New Material With “Cat Thruster”

The last several months have seen a number of new tunes coming out of the woodwork from deadmau5's studio, with new material like "Hyperlandia" and "Snowcone" surfacing, in addition to fun efforts like the recent Stranger Things remix. Now, the Canadian producer is back with some more new music, delivering an updated version of "Cat Thruster," which was first heard back in May.

The last several months have seen a number of new tunes coming out of the woodwork from deadmau5‘s studio, with new material like “Hyperlandia” and “Snowcone” surfacing, in addition to fun efforts like the recent Stranger Things remix. Now, the Canadian producer is back with some more new music, delivering an updated version of “Cat Thruster,” which was first heard back in May.

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With “Cat Thruster,” deadmau5 gives us over six minutes of music in the trademark electro style that brought him to prominence, opening the tune with ear catching analog synth melodies before a driving house beat kicks in. After an extended intro, his latest track moves into bass heavy drops with distorted synths and mind bending blips, satisfying our appetite for that classic mau5 sound.

Deadmau5 has been gearing up for the release of his next album and the music we’ve heard out of him lately indicates it will be one of his strongest yet. With a fun loving production and plenty of dancefloor groove, “Cat Thruster” is certainly a prime candidate to feature on the upcoming record.


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