Joel Zimmerman, better known as Deadmau5, has joined 80 teams racing from Miami to Ibiza as part of the 16th Gumball 3000 rally.
After announcing a June release date for his upcoming double-album, While (1<2), Deadmau5 has revealed a 25-song tracklist for the full-length.
Now that we know Deadmau5 is ready to unleash a brand spanking new double-album on the world next month, he’s got some freshly minted toys for fans to play with in the meantime.
The new Deadmau5 album has a release date and a title, but good luck pronouncing it.
Deadmau5 set off a firestorm of controversy last year when he suggested in a Rolling Stone interview that many of EDM’s biggest stars, including David Guetta and Skrillex, were guilty of simply pressing a play button when performing at clubs and festivals around the world.
A seemingly innocuous statement made by Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler during the band’s headlining set during the first weekend of Coachella 2014 sent Deadmau5 into quite the Twitter tirade last night (April 23).
Joel Zimmerman, aka Deadmau5, went to visit a possible new toy, a BAC Mono, and tattooed himself with the race car’s logo.
Avicii’s failing gall bladder continues to wreak havoc with his DJ schedule.
Garrix’s good friend Tiesto was not very amused, getting into it with Deadmau5 via Twitter.
The nearly two-hour set finds the pair meeting in the middle of their distinct sounds to create a driving, minimal techno mix heavy on dub effects and deep bass lines.