Deadmau5 has come a long way since he released “Alone With You” four years ago, but the dreamy tune still remains among my favorite mau5 releases. Many of Zimmerman’s productions have a harder edge to them and although they’re usually stellar, his chiller outputs always win me over. Once you press play on this beautiful masterpiece the repetitive “bleeps and bloops” — as he refers to them — get under your skin and live there forever. If you haven’t heard this, it’s a must listen and if you have, well, it’s still a must listen.
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