Morning Roundup

Acid Jazz turns 25, Scuba talks the "EDM arms race," Deadmau5 offers up a free live set, and Miley Cyrus gets messy with Borgore

By Ken Taylor

From a look back at the Acid Jazz label’s beginnings, to a free live set from Deadmau5, to some choice quotes from Scuba, to new videos from Daphni and Borgore—the latter of which features Miley Cyrus, who gets a little bit messy—this is one chock-full Monday-morning news update, so read on and check it all out below.

- Scuba, who just premiered his new live show in London over the weekend, talks with the Independent about the “EDM live visual arms race”—and not wanting to be a part of it. (full story)

- So, the fruits of dubstepper Borgore’s collaboration with teen pop sensation Miley Cyrus are finally on full display—the new video for “Decisions” is out now.

- Looking for a new riser plugin for Max for Live? Point Blank production school has created one, and it’s available for free right here: (full story)

- Peep Lukid’s guide to the weirdest (and most obscure) stuff on YouTube, via his nicely written column on Red Bull Music Academy’s blog. Check out a sample from his selections below. (full story)

- Jamiroquai, The James Taylor Quartet, Brand New Heavies… The Guardian takes a look at Acid Jazz as it turns 25. (full story)

- Daphni (aka Caribou’s Dan Snaith) just dropped the new video for “Ahora,” which you should feel free to just trip out to below.

- More free stuff! Check out a full 1.5-hour live set from Deadmau5 at Sonos Studios Hollywood. (full story)

Deadmau5 – Live @ Sonos Studios (Hollywood, USA) – 26.10.2012

- Lastly, Toolroom TV takes a trip around Amsterdam during ADE with Hardwell and then follows label chief Mark Knight on his UK tour.