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No more trolling for Deadmau5 as he releases new productions.

As Deadmau5 is notoriously known for his serial trolling via soundcloud with his infamous comments on big room sounds at the moment, he has also been very busy releasing more of the tracks he is famous for.

In the last two days, he’s uploaded multiple bootlegs including “Turbo CartPig Racer” and “Somewhere Up Here (fin)” which are to set a new standard for other DJs in the music industry.

This came after his troll response on the Swedish duo Daleri ‘Epic Mashleg’ release on beatport which had 16 drops in 54 seconds, ‘mau5 released a track ‘Drop Da Bomb’ as a parody of this duos success which got unexpected success from the public.

“It’s easy to show up with that one hit, but the problem is not stagnating in a pile of your own fucking shit,” he commented to Vibemagazine at the start of the year.

“That’s something I’m always aware of when starting a new project. If you’re not being diverse, people will get bored. I like Avicii, he’s a real nice kid, but Avicii has got this Levels thing, and I almost feel bad for him. It’s probably not even his fault. He did the track, and it was all right – it was catchy – but I, dead-fucking-mau5, cannot name another Avicii track. I shit you not. I can’t.”

source: inthemix

ZOMBOY 13.03

ZOMBOY’s latest track


Zomboy’s latest release, ‘Here to Stay’ has already hit #1 on beatport after less than a week of being out.  He provides his fans with a fun, upbeat dupstep anthem. He is currently playing shows across the US, so if you are lucky enough to be there check him out, and if not – have a listen here!


Available to buy now:

Fans can buy on iTunes: ‪http://bit.ly/13BzdO6

DJs can buy on Beatport: ‪http://btprt.dj/ZVJQ9F

Like Zomboy: ‪http://www.facebook.com/ZomboyOfficial

Follow Zomboy on Twitter: ‪http://twitter.com/Zomboy_music

Zomboy – Here To Stay (Feat. Lady Chann) is out now on No Tomorrow Recordings.


Afrojack’s “Annie’s Theme” Release

After being highly anticipated for so long since its debut at Ultra Music Festival, the follow up track to Afrojack’s most recently released banger ‘Rock The House’ is finally here.

Annie’s Theme’ resembles that classic Afrojack sound with his trademark rough high pitched beeps, whines, and whistles which are mashed up flawlessly to create another sure shot in Afrojack’s sets. The track is now available via Beatport. Let us know what you think of it by leaving a comment below. Be sure to share it on Facebook or Twitter if you really enjoy it, and don’t forget to hit the “Like” button if you really liked it!