Today, Deadmau5 posted a video promoting the brand new video game "Need For Speed: Most Wanted." In the video, Joel takes on Tobuscus in a real-life Lamborghini drag race in Las Vegas. The two then take to the playstation 3 to finish their race on the new game
How To Destroy Angels' "Ice Age" gets a remix from Deadmau5, who takes the band's unique style and applies his electronic sound. This reworking pushes the boundaries of dance music, creating a production that
We do not have to wonder any more about the teaser above. Billboard exclusively announced the fall tour for Avicii which includes a historic show in New York City at Radio City Music Hall on September 27
Deadmau5 has developed for himself quite a notoriety. Between twitter rants, cutting interviews and unique tour mentality, the outspoken Mau5 (A.K.A. Joel Zimmerman) is known for staying true to his craft, and his opinion
This Monday, While most of us were still shaking off our lingering NYE hangovers, (What? Isn’t that what you were doing?), Joel Zimmerman was staging a decidedly un-hostile takeover of Sin City. The Mau5 man was in town celebrating a trio of events: his 31st birthday, the launch of his residency at Vegas mega-club XS and, uh, Deadmau5 day. That was officially Tuesday, January 2, as proclaimed by Las Vegas Mayor Carolyn Goodman. So yeah, he’s kind of a big deal.
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New Year's Eve is known to many as an overly hyped and generally disappointing night. Regardless, when I finalized plans to go see Deadmau5 at Pier 36 to ring in the new year, I was certainly hyped and hoping that this would be a night for the ages.
Joel Zimmerman (AKA Deamdau5) did not disappoint.
Although it seems inconceivable, Deadmau5 will make history by being the first Canadian artist to headline Toronto’s Rogers Centre on November 5th. That’s right, he’s the first Canadian to headline the Canadian venue, which has previously hosted non-nationals including U2, the Rolling