Ok, so I passed up a chance to meet, greet and interview the grammatically defiant mau5 at VELD last week because I was just a wee bit preoccupied with Justice  and HARDFest TO, but maybe I’ll have a second chance thanks to this great big new album announcment. WOOHOOOO!

Here’s a bit about it, straight from the mouths of PR babes:

All the tracks on > album title goes here < are deadmau5 original productions.  They include collaborations with“Animal Rights” co-producer Wolfgang Gartner (“Channel 42”); vocalists Imogen Heap (“Telemiscommunications”) and Chris James (“The Veldt,” the critically acclaimed track inspired by the Ray Bradbury short story); and legendary hip-hop outfit Cypress Hill (“Failbait”).   There are also new pieces like the Close Encounters of the Third Kind classic film-inspired “Closer,” the dance floor burner “There might be coffee”and electronica piece “Sleepless.”  Like “Fn Pig” and “October,” many of these tracks have been available on deadmau5’sSoundCloud as rough edits. For > album title goes here < they come together as finished songs in the format the way he intends them to be heardby his fans.

The complete track listing for deadmau5’s > album title goes here < is:


  1. deadmau5 & Wolfgang Gartner – Channel 42
  2. The Veldt (featuring Chris James)
  3. Fn Pig 
  4. Professional Griefers (featuring Gerard Way)
  5. maths
  6. There might be coffee
  7. Take care of the proper paperwork
  8. Closer
  9. October
  10. Sleepless
  11. Failbait (featuring Cypress Hill)
  12. Telemiscommunications (featuring Imogen Heap) 
> album title goes here < is available on August 14 for pre-order at http://itunes.com/deadmau5.

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