deadmau5 is remixing Noisia’s ‘Collider’

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Returning the favour for their Raise Your Weapon remix like five years ago.
I have a suspicion this is gonna turn out good if he gives it more substance.
 

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What the fuck is up with this drum pattern? Is he looping it weird? Or is he trying to think he'should smart by doing some sort of 6/15 weird jazz drum bullshit?
 

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lmao, of course they would make an article of that. Not expecting anything decent but I definitely wouldnt think that clip has anything do with the final tune.
 
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Press Release

The release of Noisia’s debut artist album ‘Split The Atom’ on their own Vision Recordings imprint in 2010 immediately made an ineffaceable mark on electronic music, etching their name amongst the most important production outfits of our generation. Aptly, it was the release of this album that led them to Deadmau5 who highlighted it as his favourite album of the year, so instigating a fruitful creative relationship that given birth to singles ‘Tommy’s Theme’ and ‘Could This Be’ this year alone. The deluxe re-issue of the album on mau5trap will feature the album in its entirety along with the addition of recent single ‘Tommy’s Theme’ and ‘Could This Be’, as well as a selection of upfront remixes from a collection of friends, affiliates and like-minded contemporaries who represent some of the most forward-thinking producers working in electronic music at the moment.
 

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Press Release

The release of Noisia’s debut artist album ‘Split The Atom’ on their own Vision Recordings imprint in 2010 immediately made an ineffaceable mark on electronic music, etching their name amongst the most important production outfits of our generation. Aptly, it was the release of this album that led them to Deadmau5 who highlighted it as his favourite album of the year, so instigating a fruitful creative relationship that given birth to singles ‘Tommy’s Theme’ and ‘Could This Be’ this year alone. The deluxe re-issue of the album on mau5trap will feature the album in its entirety along with the addition of recent single ‘Tommy’s Theme’ and ‘Could This Be’, as well as a selection of upfront remixes from a collection of friends, affiliates and like-minded contemporaries who represent some of the most forward-thinking producers working in electronic music at the moment.
 
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