Another Aussie festival spot for Deadmau5.
Attn: party animals
“For the sake of capitalism.”
Apparently 99% of tickets have been sold already so get in fast
It looks like GTA would if it was made in a week and sponsored by a vodka company.
Talk crap, get….mouse trapped
“Nobody should get paid to play a fuckin’ CD of other people’s shit”
The ‘large inflatable animal’ had to be at least 5 feet tall
Deadmau5 is taking legal action against the West Coast Vape Company for Trademark Infringement.
Things are getting heated
This is the reunion fans have been waiting for
The greatest Twitter beef of all time continues.
“Do you do birthday parties?”
EDM DJ deadmau5 snuck out of hospital and hopped on a jet last week to play a show in Miami
Calvin Harris remains the undisputed king of EDM, topping Forbes’ list of the highest paid DJs for 2015. The magazine’s annual list of ‘Electronic Cash Kings’ has just been unveiled, accompanied by the kind of figures that will snap your sense of self worth like a glowstick. Scottish producer Harris raked in a cool $66
The unfolding quarrel between student and master continues, with Deadmau5 slinging mud back at Skrillex for referring to him as a quote-unquote asshole. Skril came out swinging against the EDM rat who gave him his start in the music bizz via a recent radio interview, saying “I’ll always have love for Joel because he put
Skrillex has come out swinging against Deadmau5, slapping back at comments his old mentor made about the dubstep wizard’s recent collab with noted pop pest, Justin Bieber. In a radio interview with New York’s AMP 92.3, Skrill directly addressed Deadmau5’s social media slagging of his, Biebs’ and Diplo’s platinum-certified single Where Are Ü Now, in
Joel Zimmerman, better-known as DJ and producer Deadmau5, is attempting to stop what could be one of the hallmark musicals of our generation – Deadmouse: The Musical. The parody-musical was set to premiere at the Toronto Fringe Arts Festival, however, Deaudmau5’s lawyers have issued a cease and desist letter to the musical’s hosting-venue, the Al
Bonnaroo has announced its 2015 lineup headed up by Mumford and Sons, Kendrick Lamar, deadmau5 and, uh, Billy Joel. Also featured on the lineup is Florence + the Machine, who is making her long-awaited live return this year, My Morning Jacket, Alabama Shakes, Childish Gambino and plenty of other names that will make you want