Deadmau5 has been regarded to have a knack for assembling some incredible mixes whether he is performing live or in the studio. On May 4, the Canadian DJ and producer proves his dynamic mixing prowess once again through his mind-blowing show for his BBC Radio 1 Residency.

The two-hour mix presents exactly what fans would expect from deadmau5. From deep progressive house to tech house, the fifth episode provides an eclectic selection of tunes that would satisfy the audience from beginning to end. Set to travel across Europe over the summer, deadmau5 also gives a glimpse of what to anticipate from his live performances.

The show kicks off with a monstrous mau5trap release from Feed Me called “Existential Crisis”. Deadmau5 keeps the flow going with mesmerizing underground tracks from the likes of Layton Giordani, Josh Butler, and Mario Ochoa. A couple of Skober‘s records were featured as well, including “Phoenix Rose” and his remix of Christian Hornbostel‘s “LZ 130”.

This episode also consists of deep tunes from legends Kölsch and Sasha and mau5trap releases such as Fehrplay‘s “Prophet”, Tinlicker‘s “Donderdag”, and ATTLAS‘ “Further”. Possessing such high-quality tracks, deadmau5’s BBC Radio 1 Residency Mix is an absolute must-listen for any electronic music enthusiast.

Check out the full mix below.



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