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- There are very few DJs that can pack a concert arena like DeadMau5. His signature Mau5head costume is as recognizable as Mickey Mouse in the electro-house world. He has received numerous awards acknowledging his contribution, as a producer, to modern dance music. He became the first Canadian artist to headline a concert at the Rogers Centre in Toronto for 20,000 ecstatic fans. Buckle up and enjoy the ride, as we chronicle the life of the world's most elaborate DJ
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