Deadmau5‘s very own mau5trap records is kicking 2021 off with a bang, releasing the eagerly anticipated newest installment of the epic we are friends series in addition to a track from the king himself. The compilation boasts a hefty 18 track length, filled to the brim with diverse tunes from some of the industry’s leading names.
Past iterations of the we are friends series have featured releases from some of todays biggest stars such as REZZ, Wax Motif, and IMANU. Known for top-tier track selection in addition to expert curation, each volume adds to a stacked vault of tunes under the mau5trap name. Steering away from the series usual direction of featuring up and comers, the most recent release puts the spotlight on a star studded lineup of label members as well as previous collaborators.
Starting us off is the HMIC (head mau5 in charge) with “Arguru 2k19,”a rework of his own original from his third album random album title. Following up with a change of pace, Eekkoo serves up warehouse realness with dark and sexy house track “Mando.” Other standout tracks include dreamy melodic collab “Feels Like” from the minds of ATTLAS and Colleen D’agostino as well as Wolfgang Gartner‘s “Casa Nostra.” Mr. Bill also graces the compilation with fun and futuristic “Ride or Die” with M4NDY.
We are friends vol. 10 delivers exactly what one would expect from the mind of the mau5, a collection that is both forward thinking and ahead of its time. While these tracks have certainly earned coveted spots in our On Repeat playlists, don’t just take our word for it, check out the full compilation below.
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