UTA music agent Cheryl Paglierani and electronic music co-heads Kevin Gimble and Steve Gordon will represent deadmau5 in the live music space. He continues to be represented by SEVEN20 and attorney Dina LaPolt.
Deadmau5, who recently collaborated with The Neptunes on the mau5trap-released single “Pomegranate,” wrapped up his hugely successful cubev3 tour in North America in February. The 39-date, 17-city run sold over 150,000 tickets and 5,000 VIP packages and brought in $1 million in merch sales, according to UTA.
In May, deadmau5 headlined Epic Games’ Fortnite Party Royale Premiere, an interactive in-game concert. That appearance was just the latest for the artist in the gaming format; he is also a playable avatar in games and apps including DJ Hero 2, Goat Simulator and Family Guy: The Quest for Stuff.
A six-time Grammy nominee, deadmau5 has released a total of eight studio albums since 2005 and produced hit singles such as “Ghosts ‘n’ Stuff,” “Faxing Berlin,” “Aural Psynapse,” “Sofi Needs A Ladder,” “There Might Be Coffee” and “Some Chords.” He is widely acknowledged as one of the key forces in mainstreaming electronic music, having become the first electronic music artist to perform on Lollapalooza’s main stage in 2011.