Hit: Deadmau5's light show

While the Canadian <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB004939" title="Disc Jockeys" href="/topic/entertainment/music/disc-jockeys-PECLB004939.topic">DJ</a>'s electronic music felt familiar, his show-stopping light display was anything but. Flashing lights morphed into a vibrant Rubik's Cube, and the DJ's light-up mouth lip-synced <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB002595" title="Elton John" href="/topic/entertainment/music/elton-john-PECLB002595.topic">Elton John</a>'s "<a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PECLB0000011120" title="Tameka Cottle" href="/topic/entertainment/music/tameka-cottle-PECLB0000011120.topic">Tiny</a> Dancer." It was a spectacle to be seen, even when the music couldn't keep up.

( Josh Sisk, Baltimore Sun / September 10, 2011 )

While the Canadian DJ's electronic music felt familiar, his show-stopping light display was anything but. Flashing lights morphed into a vibrant Rubik's Cube, and the DJ's light-up mouth lip-synced Elton John's "Tiny Dancer." It was a spectacle to be seen, even when the music couldn't keep up.

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