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i saw him for $30 at celebs a while back.
but... nowadays he sets up a pretty crazy stage and light show...
almost daft punk like setup.
could be worth it.
personally, im gonna pass. i hate paying that much for a show.
Hmm, I never got a call for this one I must be in Nick's bad books since I forgot to phone him back about the lions... =x
Looks like it was a blast though!
"Can you match my resolve? If so then you will succeed. I believe that the human spirit is indomitable. If you endeavour to achieve, it will happen given enough resolve." -- Monty Oum
I'm so stance my roof rack got a roof rack
Originally Posted by SkunkWorks
I believe cars are meant to be driven. I see zero point in having a beautiful car and never driving it. Might as well have Miranda Kerr in your bed and sleeping on the ground cause you don't want to fudge her mascara...
I was there that night and must say his production stage is first class none less, sound system was amazing and crisp " solid should takes notes for imf". The crowd was total opposite you'd expect from the rave. Show ended to early though 1:30 like the convention party. Overall it was a good show production wise but wasn't worth the 100$
It's been said before, the lighting setup was amazing, i've never seen a setup that intense!! the acoustics were too (you could feel the bass in your chest) He dropped a couple of my favorite deadmau5 tracks, but the lights/acoustics were kindof compensating for a weak selection of music
it's not that i expected different "types" of music, it's i would have rather him dropped faxing berlin, or not exactly, instead of doing a lot of random sounds with fat bass lines. The crowd at times seemed confused with how to vibe with it.
how big of a selection of music do you expect? hes only been making music as 'deadmau5' for a couple years and all his music is original. he doenst just place CDs or mix records like 95% of DJs out there.
I believe this is the track list for Vancouver and Kelowna
Intro: Hi Friend
1: Some Chords
2: Sofi Needs a Ladder
3: Chutulu Sleeps
4: The Reward is Cheese
5: Moar Ghosts n' Stuff
6: Sometimes Things Get Whatever
8: I Said
9: I Remember
11: Moonlight Sonata Esque
12: Not Exactly
Encore: Industrial Strength Sleeping Pills