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Deadmau5 playing his song "Bad Selection" during one of his concerts

Founded: 1998 (as Halcyon441), 2005 (as deadmau5)

Headquarters: Toronto, Ontario, Canada

Website Link(s): http://www.deadmau5.com/ Official Page


Label(s) Edit

Mau5trap

Ultra

Ministry of Sound

SongBird

Play

WeWillDoo

Virgin/EMI

Zoolook Records

Genre(s)Edit

House

Trance

Progressive House

Dubstep

Electro House

Band Member(s)Edit

Joel Zimmerman

Includes Member(s) OfEdit

WTF (deadmau5, DJ Aero & Tommy Lee)

BSOD (deadmau5 & Steve Duda)

Band BiographyEdit

Joel Thomas Zimmerman (born January 5, 1981), better known by his stage name deadmau5 (pronounced "dead mouse"), is a Canadian progressive house and electro house producer based in Toronto. His tracks have been included in compilation albums such as In Search of Sunrise 6: Ibiza, MixMag's Tech-Trance-Electro-Madness (mixed by deadmau5 himself), and onArmin van Buuren's A State of Trance radio show. His debut album, Get Scraped, was released in 2005, followed by others in the next few years.

As well as his own solo releases, deadmau5 has worked alongside other DJs and producers, such as Kaskade, MC Flipside,Rob Swire of Pendulum, Skrillex, Bighorse and Steve Duda under the BSOD alias.[1] He is known for often performing in a titular costume head, which resembles a mouse head that he originally created while learning to use a 3D program. The costume mouse head Zimmerman wears at concerts, called the "mau5head" appears in many different colors and designs, and has been shown on the cover of most of Zimmerman's albums, with the exceptions of At Play and Vexillology. (source: Wikipedia)

DiscographyEdit

Studio AlbumsEdit

  • Get Scraped [2005]
  • Vexillology [2006]
  • Random Album Title [2008]
  • For Lack of a Better Name [2009]
  • 4x4=12 [2010]
  • >Album Title Goes Here< [2012]

Compilation AlbumsEdit

deadmau5 Circa 1998-2002 [2004]

A Little Oblique [2006]

At Play [2008]

It Sounds Like [2009]

At Play, Vol. 2 [2009]

At Play, Vol. 3 [2010]

Meowingtons Hax Tour Trax [2011]

DJ Mix AlbumsEdit

Tech-Trance-Electro Madness [2009, free mix album in Mixmag]

EPsEdit

Full Circle [2007]

Project 56 [2008]

The Veldt EP [2012]

Live Albums/DVDsEdit

Live @ Earl's Court [2011]

Meowington's Hax 2K11: Toronto [2012]

SinglesEdit

  • Full Bloom [2006]
  • Reduction [2006]
  • Sex, Lies, Audiotape [2007]
  • Tau V1/Tau V2 [2007]
  • Stereo Fidelity [2007]
  • Outta My Life (feat. Billy Newton-Davis) [2007]
  • This Noise [2007]
  • Faxing Berlin/Jaded [2007]
  • Not Exactly/We Fail [2007]
  • Aruguru [2007]
  • Vanishing Point [2008]
  • Alone With You [2008]
  • I Like Your Music (feat. Billy Newton-Davis) [2008]
  • Dr. Funkenstein [2008]
  • 1981 [2008]
  • Fifths [2008]
  • Hi Friend! (feat. MC Flipside) [2008]
  • Bye Friend! [2008]
  • I Remember (feat. Kaskade & Haley Gibbey) [2008]
  • Clockwork [2008]
  • Slip [2008]
  • Ghosts 'N' Stuff (feat. Rob Swire) [2008]
  • Bot/Strobe [2008]
  • All You Ever Want (feat. Billy Newton-Davis) [2009]
  • Brazil/Cat on a Leash [2009]
  • Lack of a Better Name [2009]
  • Catbread/Word Problems [2009]
  • Strobe [2010]
  • Animal Rights (feat. Wolfgang Gartner) [2010]
  • Sofi Needs a Ladder (feat. SOFI) [2010]
  • Some Chords [2010]
  • Right This Second [2010]
  • Limit Break (web release) [2010]
  • Bad Selection [2010]
  • HR 8938 Cephei [2011]
  • Raise Your Weapon (feat. Greta Svabo Bech) [2010]
  • Aural Psynapse [2011]
  • Where My Keys [2011]
  • Maths [2012]
  • The Veldt (feat. Chris James) [2012]
  • Professional Griefers (feat. Gerard Way) [2012]

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