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.
Covering up the pristine white paint with a vinyl wrap featuring an internet meme is just what you should expect from a DJ that does wherever he damn well pleases.
Earlier this week, sparkling new Vegas hotspot AFTER launched with a considerable bang after the venue’s strict rules for DJs playing after 3 a.m. were posted on the internet.
Justin Bieber. Will this kid ever learn?? While in South Korea, he straight up interrupted DJ Michael Woods in the middle of his set demanding to hear hip hop. When Bieber was denied, he threw […]
Flo’s new “interactive music product” allows users to make music by “playing” laser beams on a controller that triggers a multitude of sounds and samples.