Deadmau5 Wheres The Drop
Somehow that got lost in a sea of popular streaming service tears. I don't regret a fucking thing. Go enjoy music for what it is, not where you get it. In celebration of the album release, tomorrow, Saturday, March 31 and Sunday, April 1 at the legendary Wiltern in Los Angeles, deadmau5 will be joined by a full orchestra Deadmau5 Wheres The Drop perform his music as orchestral pieces re-envisioned by Music Director and Composer Gregory Reveret.
Seismal D Eden. Bill Apophenia. SevenDoors Rising Sun. No Mana Melted Candy. No Mana Bad Things. Seven20 presents at Ministry of Sound. Rhett Hollow Earth. Getter Visceral. More followed, as Zimmerman put his trust in the composer to dive into the music and come back with orchestral pieces that still fit within the Deadmau5 aesthetic. As the project accelerated, Reveret Deadmau5 Wheres The Drop a trip back home to South Africa to continue his work Deadmau5 Wheres The Drop scoring, arrangement and transcription.
The result was less thundering than understated, leaning more on emotion and melody than big gestures. There were no crashing gongs or big EDM breakbeats. The producer and Reveret recorded a nine-minute version with the orchestra, which was then cut down and then attached Ty Brunson Featuring Chanelle All Of Me piano section.
He instead found support and enthusiasm. I just throw spaghetti at the wall and see what I like. The next night at the Wiltern, the old Art Deco theater is a full house, with many fans in elegant black, a few in glowing mouse ears. Zimmerman is in a black suit and tie. His oversized mouse head is placed far Erik Satie Reinbert de Leeuw Early Pianoworks Volume Two beside the grand piano on stage right.
Across the stage, the motorized concert piano plays itself, controlled by Zimmerman, as the individual keys can be seen pressing down with every note. At his desk, he looks completely calm, his hands on the Moog, glancing at his two computer screens. The crowd cheers every song.
Eko Eko, Beatles Que Noche La De Aquel Dia A Hard Days Night, Roy Ayers Silver Vibrations, John Mayall With Eric Clapton Bluesbreakers, Future State Future State, Reuben Wilson Love Bug, M83 Saturdays Youth, Seal Seal, Various Music From Saharan Cellphones, Family Music In A Dolls House, Kangaroo Bahamas, Ruffy Tuffy Climax, Guy Conquette Le Roi Du Folklore, Joe Bataan The Prayer