Deadmau5 recently unveiled a new update to his live subscription-based site, a channel that he first announced in 2013 to promote music. Teaming up with multi-media platforms Twitch and Maestro, the site's new format will feature 24 hour broadcasts of live and curated content.

The original iteration of his subscription service was built in conjunction with Upfront, and it provided fans with exclusive content, live streams, and online chat rooms. With the new face of deadmau5.com, fans are offered even greater interactivity with deadmau5 and his mau5trap label.

Maestro will provide enhanced connectivity to the site, while Twitch will maintain the continuous stream of on-air content, assuring that live mau5 will constantly be beamed straight to your computer. Zimmerman has built his brand around his highly active social media presence, and the new and improved version of his web service will cement his status as EDM's most socially active producer.

You can check out the new site here.

[H/T: DancingAstronaut]

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