Canadian Producer and live artist Deadmau5 currently on tour with his new live show making stops at upcoming Japan’s Fuji Rock Festival, Veld in Toronto and Austin City Limits has plans forecast for the final of 2015 with one very enthusiastic fan prompting Joel on Twitter with a music making question asking “do you still make music?”, to which Joel genuinely responded his epic sized plan. Taking a “production break” since November, while a new studio is being built prompting Joel to share the latest instagram studio update under construction finally saying the words that is music to his fans ears “The plan is, when the studio’s done in the fall, I’m going into winter studio hibernation. Should have a new album done by Jan I think.”
Rolling out his goals as planned Deadmau5 revealed last year on Tumbler saying “But it’s time to try something a little different, and i think moving out to the middle of nowhere is going to gimme some new perspective and inspiration to get back to work on some more crazy things for 2015 😀 ” adding “we got some work to do, studios to build, music to get out”
From the March collaborative pairing with Colleen D’Agostino who was featured on Deadmau5’s track “Seeya” off last years chart topping album “While 1<2″ to his collaboration with LA-based producer Grabbitz, the new album will wholeheartedly be a welcomed affair, but in the meantime check out the latest on the studio pictured below.
courtesy of thirst4beats