25.07.08 by Jeff

DeadMau5 Essential Mix.

Not too long ago I featured a bunch of tracks from Toronto-based MSTRKRFT. Well it’s that time again, not for more MSTRKRFT but for more from Toronto. DEADMAU5! This is his 2-hour Essential mix! Pete Tong’s voice on the intros to these essential mixes always gets me pumped up. Throw this on while you work and you’ll be at home before you know it or throw this on over the weekend and you’ll be back to work before you know it. This is the type of music that makes me speed on the highway.

You can download it in mp3 from my new favourite site, Newmixes.com here.

http://www.newmixes.com/deadmau5-essential_mix-sat-07-19-2008.html

You will spend hours at this site if you are into techno/electro dj sets.

Tracklist:

19 July 2008
Deadmau5

Deadmau5 – Complications (Mau5trap)
Deadmau5 – Sometimes Complicated (Mau5trap)
Deadmau5 – Bye Friend (Mau5trap)
Sydney Blu – Senses Of The Mind
Deadmau5 Vs Jelo The Reward Is More Cheese (Summer Festival 08 Version) (Rising Trax)
Deadmau5 – Hi Friend (Mau5trap)
BSOD – Milton (White Label)
Supermayer – 2 Of Us (Deadmau5 Edit) (Kompakt)
Nathan Fake – The Sky Was Pink (Deadmau5 Edit) (Border Community)
Matt Rock – What You Feel (Deadmau5 Remix) (Hardplace)
Deadmau5 – Desynchronised (Mau5trap)
John Dahlback – Pyramid (Original) (Cr2)
Deadmau5 – Faxing Berlin (Piano Version) (Mau5trap)
Deadmau5 – Faxing Berlin (Mau5trap) + Morgan Page – The Longest Road (Accapella) (Netwerk)
Deadmau5 & Kaskade – I Remember (Mau5trap)
Deadmau5 – Arguru (Songbird/Blackhole)
Deadmau5 – Alone With You (Mau5trap)
Deadmau5 – Brazil (Second Edit) (Mau5trap)
Deadmau5 – Clockwork (Songbird/Blackhole)
Deadmau5 – Jaded (Mau5trap)

Thanks to Kyle for the heads up!













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • http://www.vasho.ca vasho

    sweet! i will be catching Deadmau at the pemberton fest this weekend.hes got good tracks.

  • Huckleberry Hart

    Certified banger, thanks man!

  • Wavey

    Good luck getting up to Pemberton.. 8 hour wait I hear?

    http://www.news1130.com/news/local/article.jsp?content=20080725_152706_3244

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    cheers guys, good luck getting there Vasho – ill be camping in the area sunday to tuesday – hopefully i dont get caught in a traffic jam

  • http://www.theworldforgot.com billy

    thanks for the email, thanks for the heads up, thanks for posting this. keep it up, cheers.

  • TWO-PENCE

    Saw him at Glade festival in the UK a couple of weekends ago.. Awesome set & great stage presence!

  • http://www.vasho.ca vasho

    deadmau5 set was of the hook. lound and technical. very awesome. he wore a blue mouse hat tho..

  • http://www.seattlefabrics.com philip

    If you like THAT then head on over to http://www.missingtoof.com...
    they have a HUGE archive of tunes, all of which are available for DL which I did, you should too. In fact, I believe there some pretty sweet DEADMAU5 rmx/mashups of a couple “INXS” and “House of Pain” tunes in there among a treasure chest of electro/bloghouse/hiphop goodies. Enjoy.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    duuude thank you, great link!

  • TWO-PENCE

    Thought i’d add this link in too.. it’s a torrent site, but non commercial stuff only, radio/promo mixes.. inc the essential mix. Worth a peak 😉

    http://www.themixingbowl.org

  • meatbeef

    very cool stuff.. ive been on a techno kick lately and im enjoying this…

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    thanks for the link two-pence, i’ve actually been posting links there every now and then.

    yea meatbeef its been the same for me, listening to a fair bit lately and loving this set

  • Snorri

    Deadmau5 is a genius. thanks for this.

  • http://www.jeffhamada.com/ jeffhamada

    You will all be happy to know another Deadmau5 essential mix (last week’s performance in Manchester) has hit the net! Enjoy

    http://www.booooooom.com/2008/10/19/deadmau5-essential-mix-ii/





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