Joel is a genius. Grabbitz is a prodigy. What can possibly go wrong in a collaboration like this one?
Moreover there’s never excessive hype when it’s time to enter the Mau5’s world, so I can swear here and now that each of these 691 seconds deserves your time, your attention or better: your total dedication. As it’s name says, ‘Let Go’ is an hymn that invites you to give up your afflictions, to forsake everything wrong in your life and dive in a cozy flow of digital introspection where Grabbitz’s voice will be the only element capable of holding you in this reality. I see this track like a bed, yes, a common bed: simple in its physical composition but with an immense symbolic meaning.
This’s the first vocal production from the upcoming ‘W-Drive 2016’ Album and, together with the previously premiered ‘4ware’, manages to raise the heterogeneity bar of the whole LP that seems to cover almost every shade of Deadmau5′ production catalogue.