Trying something new can create two different scenarios. It can end up as a failed attempt that can ultimately ruin someone’s reputation and reputability to the point that their name is tainted by that single instance. Or it can actually end up on the opposite end of the spectrum, making it so critically and commercial acclaimed that it could boost a person’s notability overnight. Although finding fame is already a mission that has been far accomplished by world famous DJ and producer Joel Zimmerman aka DeadMau5, his hunger for something new still seems unfulfilled as he heads into the studio with an interesting choice for a collaborator.
This is more than just a game of cat and mau5. The furry feline friend of the one and only Deadmau5 has teamed up with the people at SOL REPUBLIC to bring us the world’s very first headphones for cats. The face of the campaign, Professor Meowingtons pHd, helped to develop the cat-only headphones that contain such features as dog isolating technology, 14 sound engines delivering deep bass and high clarity, and a three-button remote and ClearTalk™ microphone. The headphones are also adjustable to fit cats of all sizes.
Just how much is a pair of these special headphones? They will run you $999.00. There were only 10 of these feline friendly headphones created, which makes them very exclusive. All proceeds acquired from the headphones will go to The American Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals (ASPCA), a national animal charity focused on rescuing animals from abuse, and helping to pass humane laws.
Thomas Shaw and Ryan Henderson, the members of Project 46, have created a progressive house sound all their own. Building on poppy synths and smooth transitions, the duo has found success in their remixes of Deadmau5’s “The Veldt,” Dirty South and Thomas Gold’s “Eyes Wide Open,” as well as in their own original productions.
Project 46 will bring down the house at Santos Party House this Saturday night. Check out its mixes below:
Twenty-year-old remix master Special Features will take the stage this Saturday at Electric Beach, bringing his massively explosive yet pleasingly harmonious tracks to New York City’s EDM audience. The London-producer Eden Anderson has remixed everyone from Calvin Harris to Deadmau5, taking the crown when he won Dada Life’s remix competition with his progressive-pop remix of Happy Violence.
As successful DJ's, these men and women really know how to portray their unique sense of style to the public and have created a distinctive image for themselves. A lot of these DJs agree that especially with the competitive nature of the field today, a one-of-a-kind style is everything and making sure you stand out from the crowd is key. Take a look at these popular Dj's that are making a statement with their fashion.
A producer, entrepreneur and designer, this American DJ does it all. Needless to say, fashion comes second nature to him with his two fashion lines. When asked where he draws his inspiration from, he says anything from furniture to a t-shirt to a simple shape. He then takes a picture of it and with the help of his team, creates ideas. His unruly long hair and beard attribute to his free-flowing style and attitude.