Joshua Schnell, April 19, 2012
Oh man, this is perfect a video for winding down a Thursday afternoon at work. Curious about how Deadmau5 rocks out throughout his entire morning ritual? Sonos and Deadmau5 have teamed up to bring you an inside look at how Deadmau5 gets his toast in the morning. It’s pretty hilarious.
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