Live: Deadmau5 at BBC Radio 1’s Big Weekend 2009

By on Saturday, 9th May 2009 at 4:34 pm
 

After catching the start of Chris Moyles’ parodies set, (which was hilarious), went back to the INMWT tent to see what Deadmau5 was all about. I go in, he’s playing with Daft Punk’s “Harder Better Faster Stronger”, which I thought would be sacrilege – turns out, he’s amazing getting more people moving for who I thought was a pretty unknown sorta guy.

Mixing everything up, he goes off stage on a luminous green BMX bike, leaving me to wait for Friendly Fires – pondered catching Bombay Bicycle Club, but the idea of walking for 10 minutes and missing part of FF’s set wasn’t ideal…

You can catch a range of pictures and reviews over at BBC Radio 1’s rather good Big Weekend site. A few of my pictures after the jump.

deadmau5 Swindon Big Weekend (Saturday)

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One Response

12:49 am
11th May 2009

Trust me dude… this guys well known!

Don’t feel left out, just get on his stuff asap, plus he’s playing at Creamfields if u fancy it

get all of these tunes:

Not Exactly
The Reward is Cheese
The Reward is More Cheese
Faxing Berlin
Ghosts & Stuff
Slip
Hi Friend
Bye Friend
Catbread
Sometimes Things Get Complicated
I Remember
Some Kind of Blue
This Noise

try and find a download of his Essential Mix aswell

also check out a duo he was a part of a few years ago

BSOD – http://www.myspace.com/bsodmusic

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