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25 Nov 07
11 Jan 10
Played by: Steve Haines, Mike Kelly, Juno Recommends Breakbeat, Juno Recommends Drum & Bass, Juno Recommends Progressive House, Annie Mac, Aboveandbeyond, Joachim Garraud, Jay Mcknight, Rory Hoy, Straight Up! Music, Ivan Romero, Gina Star, M.i.k.e, David Piccioni, Bart Claessen, DJ Marky, Helge Kuhl
27 Sep 09
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10 Oct 11
Review: For those who like their dubstep dark, twisted and super heavy with 4/4 electro-house influences and a heavy metal soundscape, then look no further than Excision. His collabs with Datsik have been shaking speakers across the globe, but now he steps up with his album on Deadmau5's Mau5trap label. The 10-track bonanza sells itself on being "X Rated" - cue lots of shuddering synths, bellowing horror movie vocals, bass belches and mid range grouches. Collaborations with Messinian, Downlink, Datsik, Skism and Mr Hudson (yes, you heard!) feature, with some top moments including the retro 80s chiptune tones of "8 Bit Superhero", the formidable "Sexism" and more. Big.
22 Jan 11
06 Feb 12
01 Jul 11
02 Jul 12
Played by: Juno Recommends Dubstep
30 Apr 12
Review: Signed to Deadmau5' Mau5trap label, and already setting the running among 2012's big room house players with his debut album Mpire, German producer Moguai rejigs album favourite "Lyme" into this new mix - giving it a subtle and rising progressive flavour thanks to some huge trance chords. But it's his little touches - such as smooth tempo drops and subtle arrangement skills - that really make this stand out from the crowd.
09 Mar 12
13 Feb 12
Review: Second single this year from Mogaui taken from his latest artist album on mau5trap, and unsurprisingly it's another belter. Quality control doesn't come much tougher than that of Deadmau5 and as with much of his previous tracks there are clear influences from the masked label boss, and Skrillex for that matter. The simplistic groove is lifted by a mighty electric lead that twists and turns throughout providing plenty of hands in the air moments, and when you lay that alongside some dubstep induced drops and fills, it's a pretty destructive mix that every DJ from house to trance is all over right now.. Check it out!
16 May 11
Review: One of the very first signings to the now monstrous and instantly recognizable imprint from Deadmau5. Moguai is now as associated to the global brand as the mouse ears. His latest prog nugget precedes big hitters like 'Oyster, LSD, and Get Fresh', and it's another real biggie. Cross pollinating genres with a constant energetic flow, it will have the same bridging effect in a multitude of DJ sets. Go check it out as it will be an invaluable weapon over the coming months.
23 Aug 10
26 Apr 10
Played by: Applescal
05 Dec 11
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 imprints very first signings, featuring the stunning tones of Fiora and refreshing 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 bass-line. One to watch for 2012 Jacob Plant lays it down big, bad, and heavy for his dubstep cut.
28 May 12
Review: Looking for a massive fix of electro? No, we don't mean a mild tickle. No, we don't mean a little dabble. We mean a massive knock-out dose of sheer, spine-tingling, hand-raising, face-chewing electro that will take your dancefloor to worlds so far away they haven't even been named yet. Still looking? Course you are, and look no further: this collaboration between Moguai and Tommy Trash is a deadly, not to mention devious, affair. Easing a huge euphoric hook, two massive builds and a gut-plundering bass riff, this is guaranteed to cause commotions for any DJ daring enough to deliver such a strong electro fix!
19 Dec 11
Drum And Bass
Review: The follow up from the mighty "Tommy's Theme" which took the D&B and dubstep fraternity by storm recently, the Dutch trio's next venture on Deadmau5's prestigious Mau5trap imprint is "Could This Be". A simmering intro full of tense instrumentals, winding synth lines and gentling smashing snares builds gradually and falls into a reasonably tame outing for the neuro-toting, electro-flirting, genre-defying producers. Despite this, it displays all their prowess brilliantly and there's not much not to like here!
12 Mar 12
Drum And Bass
24 Oct 11
Review: The widely discussed, highly anticipated "Tommy's Theme" from Dutch maestros Noisia finally gets a universal release on Deadmau5's Mau5trap label. An epic, cinematic intro with sweeping, euphoric synths, choral elements and tense progressions leads into a tumultuous drop with buckets of synth twisting, electro-house trembles. Falling into a smashing dubstep driven monster, it's all distorted SFX, awe-inspiring edits and raw, gnarly bass, underpinned with crashing drums and choral sample. Quite frankly, you'd be a fool to miss out on this one. Incredible.
05 Sep 11
Review: New signing to the mighty label from the mouse headed one, featuring non other then Editors frontman Tom Wolf on vocals. Raized By Wolves were supposedly 'discovered in an enchanted forest, not surrounded by orchids and oak trees but by synths and drum machines'. Which paints the right picture for how they come across sonically. Blistering snyth lines nagging between house and trance, it has an element of big Swede sound within it and has been smashing the terraces all summer long.
12 Jan 09
Played by: Juno Recommends Progressive House
30 Jul 12