deadmau5 plans to give life back to his renowned Cube stage
Deadmau5 has been hyper-active with his music project lately and it seems he’s determined to do everything to stay on top of his game. Joel Zimmerman just announced a few plans to revamp his Cube stage concept, an incredibly platform that follows him on his tours with its audio-visual perfection. It’s no wonder the Canadian dance music mammoth has managed to stay in the big leagues for all these years.
Debuted in 2010, the Cube stage is by far one of the mau5′ biggest crowd puller. Joel plans to bring back the cube in all its glory with the help of Tait Towers, an engineering firm specialised with equipment and stage set ups.
Thinking about getting @taittowers on board to help engineer the cube 😉 once that's done + music… Then I'll tour like a madman
— Goat lord (@deadmau5) May 20, 2016
Deadmau5 also plans to drop a whopping 2 million-“ish” on the revamp process.
Anyway… I'm only really looking to hopefully spend 2 million ish to get the cube show "upgraded"… should be enough to do some cool shit!
— Goat lord (@deadmau5) May 21, 2016
Cool sh*t indeed, Joel.
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