The day before deadmau5 received his McLaren P1 (affectionately named Meowclaren), Feed Me called out the new pay-to-stream music plaform Tidal deadmau5 is associated with.
Ouch! The trouble started when a bunch of artists banded together in solidarity to promote the new hifi music platform which will cost people at least $9.99 per month. The platform positioned itself as a movement, with artists changing their profile pictures to a cyan blue block to promote it. This did not sit well with Feed Me.
Knife Party's Rob Swire also jumped in on the criticism with a more direct approach simply saying "the whole TIDAL 'for artist by artists' thing is so full of shit, lol'".
And Haxan Cloak might agree with this, as he previously called out the new service for ripping him off in their teaser video.
deadmau5 responded with a few Tweets saying:
deadmau5 then quickly moved on to Periscoping and Tweeting the arrival of his McLaren P1, something Feed Me made sure to highlight in a retweet.