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April 5, 2012

deadmau5: “When I did plug it in for the first time and had a listen to it, I was like “really, out of that little thing… cool.” Watch Joel’s interview with Sonos here, or experience “A morning of music with deadmau5″ in the video below. Listening is back. For more information, head to www.sonos.com.

March 6, 2012

As mentioned earlier in the month, deadmau5 received three JUNO nominations this year including the ‘Fan Choice Award’. Voting closes at midnight EST tomorrow night, so if you’re the voting type, click here to get involved. And… with Miami just around the corner, IDMA voting ends today, so click here to squeeze in any last minute support for deadmau5 (Best North American DJ and Best Global DJ) and mau5trap (Best Global Record Label).

February 16, 2012

Last Sunday deadmau5 played alongside the Foo Fighters at the 54th Grammys in LA. His performance of Raise Your Weapon is now available in North America on iTunes. Click here to download.

February 12, 2012

In what is turning out to be a very busy week for deadmau5, more good news came yesterday in the form of three Juno nominations, including; Juno Fan Choice Award, Artist of the Year and Dance Recording of the Year for his release ‘aural psynapse‘. Click here to vote for deadmau5.

On the other side of the Atlantic, Barcelona’s Sonar Festival announced it’s Summer 2012 line-up; for more information, head to www.sonar.es.

February 9, 2012

The Grammys has announced deadmau5 will perform on the 54th Annual GRAMMY(r) Awards telecast this Sunday, February 12 at 8 p.m. ET/PT on CBS. He will join Foo Fighters, David Guetta, Chris Brown and Lil Wayne for a special performance, marking the first-time ever electronic music will be spotlighted on the show.

deadmau5 is also nominated for three GRAMMY Awards including Best Dance/Electronica Album for his critically acclaimed LP 4×4=12 (Ultra Music), Best Dance Recording for “Raise Your Weapon” with Greta Svabo Bech and Best Remixed Recording, Non-Classical for his stellar remix of the Foo Fighters’ “Rope.”