The breakout 2010 album features such Deadmau5 fan favorites as “Some Chords” and “Raise Your Weapon.”
Francis takes the brooding, slow-building original and twists it into a high-energy electro-house jam ideal for rocking festival crowds.
$5 million goes a long way when you’re shopping for homes around rural Ontario, as seen in the EDM producer’s lavish new digs.
Deadmau5 took to Twitter to announce his second big-ticket purchase from the British high-performance automaker.
Usually when you get an Uber ride, you get a nice chatty driver in a Camry and maybe some free chewing gum and a charge for your phone. Apparently, the chance exists you could also get Deadmau5 in a McLaren 650S. Who knew?
Disney has since removed the video in question and is remaining silent.
The Japanese automaker hit Deadmau5 up on Twitter with plans for a new Nyan Cat-themed version of their red-hot new sports car.