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Toronto native Joel Thomas Zimmerman has come to be known by the deadmau5 stage moniker that he donned for the DJ career he started back in the 1990s. His compilation album, Project 56, was released in 2005 and contained 56 demo recordings.
One of the cuts, "Just Before 8bit," warranted further examination, and deadmau5 obliged by reworking it for the Get Scraped release in 2006. Working through his own mau5trap imprint, deadmau5 started issuing more works such as 2008's Random Album Title set that featured a collaboration with Kaskade.
The “Move for Me” effort got deadmau5 on the radar of dance music afficionados around the world by topping Billboard's Hot Dance Airplay chart. Two other collaborative tracks, “I Remember” and “Ghosts N Stuff,” both duplicated that success. He also earned the Juno Award for Dance Recording of the Year in 2008.
In 2009, another one of deadmau5's mixes, “Faxing Berlin,” caught the ear of producer/DJ Pete Tong who added it to the playlist for his radio show. That gave deadmau5 a further leg up in house music circles. More singles and mix collections came, too, with It Sounds Like and For Lack of a Better Name.
The following year, deadmau5 got to be the house DJ for the MTV Video Music Awards and released a new studio set, 4x4=12. Three singles -- "Some Chords," "Animal Rights," and "Sofi Needs a Ladder" – emerged. In just five years' time, deadmau5 has had tracks on more than 15 compilation albums.