Although already one of the most talked about artists in the world of electronic music and he’s yet to debut his full length album. Well, the time is finally here, and while many have already sampled and experienced some of the album’s material, it’s release date is fast approaching — 4×4=12 drops December 6. Complete track list and tour dates also listed after the jump.
deadmau5‘s shows ignite the audience with electrifying vibes, from dubstep, to electro house, to neo-trance, and everything in between. Along with his music are cosmic visual shows, coexisting almost in synchronization with the stellar sounds, as if every visual were tailored accordingly for each song performed.
4×4=12‘s single, “Sofi Needs A Ladder”, was first performed at the Ultra Music Festival this past March. There, deadmau5 took the stage with iconic Tommy Lee performing in front of an audience of over 50,000. Since then, the song has been used as the opening piece on his current tour.
With his tour slowly coming to a halt, deadmau5 wraps it up in the Big Apple three nights in a row, followed by a New Orleans and Canada show. Tour dates are below:
10/28 – New York, NY – Roseland Ballroom (Full)
10/29 – New York, NY – Roseland Ballroom (Full) – Sold out
10/30 – New York, NY – Roseland Ballroom (Unhooked) – Sold out
10/31 – New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Experience (Full)
12/31 – Edmonton, Canada – Shaw Conference Center (Full)
The complete track listing for 4×4=12 is:
1. Some Chords
2. Sofi Needs a Ladder
3. City In Florida
4. Bad Selection
5. Animal Rights
6. I Said (Michael Woods Remix)
7. Cthulhu Sleeps
8. Right This Second
9. Raise Your Weapon
10. One Trick Pony
11. Everything Before
To hold you over until its December 6 release date, the single, “Sofi Needs A Ladder”, will launch on Halloween via . And don’t worry — there’s more where that came from. Following that single, other tracks will be released every so often until the full album makes its debut, including “Some Chords” (November 7), “Right This Second” (November 14), “Bad Selection” (November 21) and “Raise Your Weapon” (November 28).