Late last month, electronic music auteur deadmau5 returned with “hyperlandia,” a low-lit, slow-burning single featuring pop experimenters Foster the People. Like a lot of deadmau5’s most moving tracks, it’s an intricate and thoughtful mix of dizzying synth melodies and anthemic vocals, with Billboard touting it “ …a smooth listening experience…” Today, November 5, deadmau5 music company mau5trap offers a unique remix of the song by artist Lamorn as he prepares to open for his label head at his show at the legendary Red Rocks Theatre in Colorado later tonight.
Listen to the deadmau5 ft Foster The People “hyperlandia (Lamorn Remix)” here: https://deadmau5.ffm.to/hyperlandialamornremix
Listen to deadmau5’s original “hyperlandia” (feat. Foster the People) here: deadmau5.ff.to
“hyperlandia” at its core is a yearning track, searching for the sublime in romantic melodies and neon electronics. Lamorn, a multi-instrumentalist and producer, brings a playful vibe to the track with groove-fused synths and punchy beats. “I’ve been a fan of Foster the People and deadmau5 for a large chunk of my life at this point, so it blows me away that I got to make this remix,” shares Lamorn. “It’s the remix of my life.”
Joel Zimmerman, more commonly known as deadmau5 (pronounced ‘dead mouse’), is one of the world’s most respected electronic music producers of modern times. Enjoying international chart success with his platinum-certified single “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff,” as well as “Professional Griefers,” “Sofi Needs A Ladder” and “I Remember,” he has also released seven critically acclaimed albums. The multiple JUNO Award-winning and GRAMMY®-nominated artist’s ability to push the boundaries of his talent grows at an equal rate to his fan base, which counts 15 million and more over his combined social media channels. His latest music offerings include “Pomegranate” with The Neptunes, “Bridged By A Lightwave” with Kiesza, “Channel 43” with Wolfgang Gartner, “Hypnocurrency” with REZZ, “When The Summer Dies” with Lights and “hyperlandia” featuring Foster The People. In the live realm, his 2019/20 U.S. cubev3 tour featuring production of his own design and implementation ranked in the Top 10 of Pollstar’s top tours globally. Beyond his music career, he is also a co-founder of gaming venture PIXELYNX and is an executive of HD streaming platform StreamVoodoo.
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About Foster the People:
Founded in 2009, Foster the People achieved success with the 2011 release of their debut album Torches, which has sold over two million albums and over ten million singles worldwide. Torches features the RIAA certified Diamond single “Pumped Up Kicks,” which was recently named one of USA Today’s 100 Absolute Best Songs in History and also spawned the chart-topping singles “Don’t Stop (Color On The Walls),” “Houdini,” and “Helena Beat.” Foster the People garnered three Grammy nominations for their monumental debut including Best Alternative Album, Best Pop Duo/Group Performance for “Pumped Up Kicks” and Best Short Form Music Video for “Houdini.” Supermodel was the second full-length record from Foster the People. Influenced by front-man Mark Foster’s world travels and shifting perspective, the album was recorded in studios around the world and features fan favorites including “Coming of Age” and “Best Friend.” In 2017, the band followed with their third record, Sacred Hearts Club, which features multi-format, Double-Platinum-certified hit “Sit Next To Me.” The track, described as “pure shimmering pop” by The Associated Press and named one of Billboard’s Best Songs of 2018 has accumulated nearly 300 million global streams to date. At radio, the song hit #3 at Alternative, #19 at Top 40 and reached Top 10 at both AAA and Adult Pop. The track also garnered a 2019 Billboard Music Award nomination for Top Rock Song and a nomination for Choice Rock/Alternative Song at the 2018 Teen Choice Awards. In 2020, Foster the People independently released a new EP called In The Darkest Of Nights, Let The Birds Sing which features singles “Lamb’s Wool” and “The Things We Do”. The band is currently celebrating 10 years of Torches, with a deluxe edition of the album featuring previously unreleased tracks and a re-imagined version of “Pumped Up Kicks” by Gus Dapperton.
With a sound defined by both the thrill of the future and potent nostalgia, Lamorn defies the boundaries of electronic music. At just 18-years-old, Lamorn’s musical prowess knows no limits — he’s a bright-eyed multi-instrumentalist with the world at his fingertips. Those who seek warmth and exhilaration will find a home within Lamorn’s blossoming catalog, a collection of songs marked by radiant melodies and innovative electronic elements. Once Lamorn kicked off his artist project in 2019, his captivating, contemporary sound made its way into the hearts of some of the most notable artists in dance music: Lamorn developed a friendship with deadmau5 thanks to tuning into his mau5trap Mondays live stream and submitting a demo for review. After exchanging music with one another for a couple of weeks, Lamorn submitted a production that moved deadmau5 so much that he decided to sign Lamorn on the spot — this event sparked a professional relationship between the two, resulting in Lamorn’s new home with mau5trap. What’s more, just before becoming involved with deadmau5 and his imprint, Lamorn submitted a remix for ATTLAS’ remix competition for his single “Half Light” featuring Alisa Xayalith — Lamorn won, which landed him a spot on the official remix EP for the single in 2020. To round out the year, Lamorn released an official remix of deadmau5 and Kiesza’s hit single “Bridged By A Lightwave.”
Lamorn enters 2021 with impressive co-signs from industry tastemakers and a steady momentum from 2020 – the story of Lamorn is just beginning.