Steve Aoki teams up with BAPE to release new merch line [See it]

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New Steve Aoki merch will arrive just in time for fall.

The “Lie To Me” producer’s latest merch release places Aoki in collaboration with BAPE, a Japanese streetwear brand founded in 1993 that offers items for men, women, and children. A nod to Aoki’s global tour, the line pairs a general neutral color palette with camouflage print.

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The designs are available on hoodies–offered in black and grey–and T-shirts–sold in white and black. All hoodies and T-shirts depict BAPE’s ape head logo enclosed within the “O” in “Aoki.”

Neither AOKI nor BAPE have formally disclosed the mini collection’s official launch date, but the line will presumably retail within the near future, given that Aoki’s tour will kick off in just a matter of days.

Photo Credit: @steveaoki/Instagram

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Deadmau5 releases collaborative clothing line with Insomniac

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Deadmau5 has released an exclusive collaborative clothing line with Insomniac, to be released at his performance at Countdown NYE (NOS Events Center). The two-day New Year’s festival features anticipated headlining sets from deadmau5 himself, along with Porter Robinson, and artists like Diplo, G Jones, Noisia, Shiba San, and Jauz b2b Zeds Dead within its undercard.

Coming almost exclusively in black, the clothing line features two minimalist beanies in black and grey, a hoodie that features deadmau5 signature cuboid installation, and a bleached t-shirt showcasing the cube setup with the iconic mouse helmet resting atop. The showcase is a collaboration with the seminal counter culture design icon Rick Klotz, who amalgamates influences from streetwear, surf culture, and punk scenes in his designs.

2017 was a tremendous year for deadmau5. In the last quarter of the year alone, the Canadian DJ confirmed an album for Spring 2018, announced his own podcast, went full on techno in his final Radio 1 episode, in addition to raising $15,000 for Children’s Miracle Network through Twitch.

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