deadmau5 where's the drop cover art

Deadmau5 Drops Album on Tidal, Says Deal with It

The recording of the orchestral performance for Where’s the Drop by Deadmau5 is available exclusively via Tidal. Or pre-order the vinyl.

When Mau5trap Recordings released Where’s the Drop exclusively through Tidal, some of his fans complained. Deadmau5, a.k.a. Joel Zimmerman, stated that he needed the money to pay the orchestra via Twitter. However the album is scheduled to be released on vinyl and digital mediums this June, after a period of mutual exclusivity.

Where’s the Drop is an hour and seven minute long live recording of orchestral covers of Deadmau5 songs. It was recorded by Deadmau5 and musical director Gregory Reveret with the 73-piece CRM Orchestra playing real instruments in Los Angeles’s famous East West studios.

Arriving in style 🙂 courtesy of our pals @mclarenbeverlyhills

A post shared by deadmau5 (@deadmau5) on

If you love the rich, warm sound of analog, then pre-order a copy of Where’s the Drop on vinyl, available online at Mau5trap’s official website. Your copy will ship during the first week of June. Then you can enjoy the live performance over and over again. Be sure to listen for the drop.

deadmau5 where's the drop on vinyl

Where’s the Drop Tracklisting:

1. Imaginary Friends
2. Luxuria
3. Coelacanth
4. Acedia
5. Avaritia
6. Monophobia
7. Gula
8. Invidia
9. Unjaded
10. Ira
11. F’n Pig
12. HR 8938 Cephei
13. Superbia
14. Caritas
15. Strobe

Deadmau5 released We Are Friends, Vol. 7 awhile ago. Look Marshmello t-shirts.

Any comments?

blackbettyblog on Facebookblackbettyblog on Instagramblackbettyblog on Linkedinblackbettyblog on Pinterestblackbettyblog on Twitterblackbettyblog on Wordpress
Elizabeth de Moya has contributed to DJ Mag, DJ TechTools, LA Weekly and Thump (Vice). She has a BA in Linguistics from UC Berkeley.