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Deadmau5 Gets Experimental On Three New Tracks

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It seems having a studio set-up like this—and that link only shows one half of it—has really rubbed off on deadmau5’s workflow.

The controversial Canadian DJ god née Joel Zimmerman recently dropped a slew of new electronic experiments, the most recent of which involves three new tunes that aren’t the jaw-gnashing EDM we have come to expect from him lately. “Whelk Then”, above, harks back to his earlier non-EDM work with a sort of mid-’90s cinematic electronica track, while “Diesel Powered Cat Thruster” and “Cat Thruster” are disco and festival-electro variations respectively.

Maybe EDM really is dying.

(via Dancing Astronaut)