There’s a lot of different ways to describe the different genres and sub-genres of electronic music. Those boundaries don’t matter to deadmau5 and it’s the willingness to experiment that has brought him success.
His creativity has expanded into a series of pop-up shops that are providing his fans with a unique experience.
On Friday (April 28th) and Saturday (April 29th), he will partner with FANCY.com to according to a press statement “recreate the ‘lots of stuff in a store’ pop-up shop” from a previous NYC scenario.
Taking place during his four-night sold out run The Shrine, the event will feature a lot of rare deadmau5 merch and oddities.
Prints, posters, limited edition vinyl and more will be accented by a display of deadmau5’s personal collection of mau5heads that is highlighted by a one-of-a-kind piece by Ron English in NYC.
That head has a special meaning according to the statement.
Available now online at www.omaze.com/deadmau5, [it] was created for charity with proceeds going to Win, the largest provider of homeless shelter and supportive housing services for women and families in New York.
The shop-located at 346 N. Fairfax Ave. in the Fairfax shopping district between Melrose Ave and Beverly Blvd. will be open from 12pm-to 8pm over the two day span.
West coast music fans take note there will be a lot of cool shit at this pop-up that was not listed here.
Don’t forget to head to Omaze.com to help out a tremendous cause.
Watch: deadmau5 “Let Go”