With one taste you’ll crave more, until every song is frantically thumping through your head at all hours of the night.
Now eyeing commercial success, deadmau5 is making a powerful statement that he is capable of more than entertaining hormone-fueled twenty-somethings.
Deadmau5 has earned his reputation as the foremost electronic dance music producer, and that talent is evident here, even if not to the same proportions as his previous work.
Bloated and uninspiring, as it progresses, you can hear the momentum slowly disintegrating.
So just to be sure it’s said, for the last time before the rush, for the sake of posterity, and I’m sorry to be predictable… but this record is truly awful.
I'm no dubstep or drum 'n bass brofficianado, but I can actually dig this deadmau5 release. There's a certain smoothness about it that is new for deadmau5, and I have to give it props for referencing Bradbury's genius story, The Veldt