Fans of deadmau5 and Foster The People get the best of both worlds with their new single “Hyperlandia.” The track features Mark Foster’s echoed vocals and extraterrestrial instrumentals that transport listeners into a space-like atmosphere.

Deadmau5 is fresh off his performance at EDC and is gearing up to release more new music. This time, it’s a slow-burning collaboration with Foster the People, and the track is titled ‘Hyperlandia.’  With dizzying synth melodies and anthemic vocals, this low-lit, intricate, and well-thought-out mix is sure to get you moving. This is where Foster the People comes in.


The track begins with a cosmic melody infused with synths and a yearning atmosphere, which sets the tone for the rest of the track. It’s ethereal and neon-tinged, thanks to the electronica. After a short while, Foster the People’s vocals are heard, and the song immediately takes on a classic feel. It still sounds tender when combined with Joel’s complex production, which includes arpeggiating synthesizers and drum patterns. Is Deadmau5 releasing a more intimate track? Please accept my request. Take a listen to the lyrics as they sing, “Give me your best night / We’re only here for a day, so don’t tell me your name.” And then it goes on to say, “And just melt into my arms while we disappear into the darkness.”

As the name implies, Hyperlandia is a place where people dream of getting away, and when combined with the cover art, it suggests that this track is perfect for late-night drives. You know, the kind of place where you can find comfort in dissociating, but only for the right person, while on an adventure. Deadmau5 is well-known for his collaborations with stellar artists, and he now has another star-studded artist to his roster. This new release follows the success of his in-game concert series Oberhasli, which was released earlier this year. Everything happens inside Core, which is a premier platform for user-created games as well as a developing social/virtual music environment. Furthermore, his remaining tour dates include his annual Day of the Deadmau5 celebration in Miami, the Freaky Deaky Festival, and a day at Red Rocks.

He’s taking over the world, both virtually and physically. You can listen to his most recent track down below.