Weekend Rewind: Kaskade and Deadmau5’s ‘Move For Me’
The seemingly hackneyed term progressive house has seen its fair share of identity crises, especially in recent years. Sometimes it’s refreshing to tune down the overwhelming noise of an endlessly growing sea of striving bedroom producers, to look back at the contemporary classics that helped inspire this passionate movement. Kaskade and Deadmau5’s “Move For Me” was the mesmerizing product of genuine North American progressive house that the pair significantly helped sustain. It was the first single off Kaskade’s 2008 album Strobelight Seduction with the hauntingly seductive vocals of Haley Gibby, eventually becoming Ryan’s first Billboard Hit Dance Airplay chart number-one, and Joel’s first number-one American chart single. Their incredible chemistry had continued success with the hypnotically pumping hit “I Remember”, and the rest is history. With a brief Twitter exchange last October hinting the possibility for a Kaskade-Deadmau5 studio reunion, I believe we can all agree this dream team’s resurrection has been long overdue.
Kaskade announces round two of ‘Redux’ during this year’s MMW
Deadmau5 releases techno track as ‘testpilot’ on Richie Hawtin’s Plus 8 label
Weekend Rewind – Kaskade & Deadmau5 ‘I Remember’
Kaskade & Deadmau5 – Move For Me (GTA Remix)