Steve Aoki And BTS Go Certified Gold On ‘Mic Drop’ (Remix)

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Steve Aoki is one of dance music’s most popular ambassadors. Steve has worked especially hard this past year to help push the electronic genre into the mainstream consciousness of the world. He has bridged the gap between rap and dance music flawlessly and has now gotten the legion of K-Pop fans to start to enjoy

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Calvin Harris Has A Framed Picture Of Rod Stewart In His DJ Booth

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According to a video shared by Steve Aoki, Calvin Harris actually has a framed picture of Rod Stewart in the DJ booth when he’s on stage. While we’re not sure if this is a one-time event, Steve Aoki shared the footage on Tuesday August 14th with the caption “When u realize @calvinharris has a framed

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

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

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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Photo Credit: Hypebeast

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

H/T: Hypebeast

The Wilting Of Iggy Azalea

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Iggy Azalea - Survive The SummerBelieve it or not, the equivalent of a full presidential term has passed since Iggy Azalea ruled summer 2014. Back then, it was hard to go about daily life without encountering this young blonde white woman from Australia rapping in an affected Southern drawl. Her pop-rap hits were everywhere — and whenever you weren’t hearing … More »

New Steve Aoki Collaborations are Coming

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Steve Aoki is all about changing it up. For his next album, he has revealed collaborations with artists such as Blink-182 and Nicki Minaj and more. Aoki has worked with the Blink-182 drummer, Travis Barker, before, making them no strangers. He has previously remixed “Push Em”, “Cudi the Kid”, and “Misfits”. In addition to Blink-182,

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Steve Aoki talks upcoming features on ‘Neon Future III’ with Anna Lunoe

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Steve Aoki talks upcoming features on ‘Neon Future III’ with Anna LunoeSteve Aoki Jump

At 2018’s Tomorrowland, Anna Lunoe sat down with Steve Aoki on Beats 1 to talk pizza, plans for the upcoming album, and more. During the interview, Aoki reveals that there’s going to be some “out-of-the-box collabs” on Neon Future III, which is set for a September 2018 release. He mentions Blink-182 and Nicki Minaj, explaining that “Twitter is still used” when trying to get through to artists of that caliber.

It’s common knowledge that Aoki’s keen on experimenting with “out-of-the-box” artists/genres, as he’s worked with everyone from Fall Out Boy to Lil Yachty and more recently, Daddy Yankee. He’s also been hanging out in the studio with Colombian Reggaeton singer Maluma, so the possibilities feel quite endless at the moment.

Check out the full interview on Apple Music to hear more.

 

Forbes Reveals the Highest Paid DJs of 2018

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Recently, Forbes Magazine revealed the highest paid DJs of 2018. Many of the DJs on the list are known to be some of the greatest DJs of the decade. Their hard work has surely allowed them to reach their full potential, as well as building up a large profit. Without their work, dance music wouldn’t

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Tom Morello’s insane cast of collaborators on new solo album includes Knife Party, Basenectar, Pretty Lights, and more

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Tom Morello’s insane cast of collaborators on new solo album includes Knife Party, Basenectar, Pretty Lights, and moreKnife Party Tom Morello

Tom Morello, guitarist for Rage Against the Machine, Audioslave, and Prophets of Rage, has gathered an insane, A-list group of rappers and dance producers for his upcoming new solo LP, The Atlas Underground, coming out October 12 via Mom + Pop Music. Collaborators on the project include Big Boi, Killer Mike, RZA, Steve Aoki, BassnectarPretty Lights, Herobust, Knife PartyWhethanVic Mensa, Gary Clark Jr., Portugal. The Man, and more. He’s already dropped two singles from the album: “Battle Sirens” featuring Knife Party and “We Don’t Need You” featuring Vic Mensa.

Morello told Lars Ulrich, drummer for Metallica, on his Beats 1 radio show, It’s Electric!, “I wanted to make a record that was the [Jimi] Hendrix of now,” which he described has three components: extraordinary guitar playing that falls outside the norm, creating radio songs that connected with a mass audience, and fashioning a new genre of music. The idea was to combine Morello’s analogue guitar sound with his favorite producers, rappers, musicians, and singers of today. Noting the shared DNA between electronica and metal after listening to Knife Party and Skrillex, Morello became illuminated to the idea of making a cross-genre project, and now in a few months it looks like it’ll finally materialize.  

The Atlas Underground Track List

1. Battle Sirens ft. Knife Party
2. Rabbit’s Revenge ft. Bassnectar, Big Boi, and Killer Mike
3. Every Step That I Take ft. Portugal. The Man and Whethan
4. We Don’t Need You ft. Vic Mensa
5. Find Another Way ft. Marcus Mumford
6. How Long ft. Steve Aoki and Rise Against’s Tim McIlrath
7. Lucky One ft. K.Flay
8. One Nation ft. Pretty Lights
9. Vigilante Nocturno ft. Carl Restivo
10. Where It’s At Ain’t What It Is ft. Gary Clark Jr. and Nico Stadi
11. Roadrunner ft. Leikeli47
12. Lead Poisoning ft. GZA, RZA, and Herobust

H/T: Rolling Stone

Boehm drops euphoric new single, ‘Cool Kidz’

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It’s been quite some time since fans have gotten an original from Romanian DJ/producer Boehm. Since the release of “Outside of the Lines,” a successful hit single featuring Laurell, he’s been on a steady remix track, producing official edits for Tritonal, Bingo Players, Olmos, and more.

In releasing “Cool Kidz” on Ultra Music, Boehm has gifted listeners with a fresh new production that is a guaranteed summer crowd-pleaser. The masterpiece is chock-full of lively synths, pitched vocals, and piano riffs, making way for a signature beach playlist spot.

Keep an eye out for new material from Boehm, as there’s an array of heavy weight DJs/artists who have requested official remixes from the producer including Steve Aoki, The Chainsmokers, Charlie Puth, and more. He’s been steadily rising in reputation for his original works as well, which, like “Cool Kidz” often show off his penchant for mellow, yet infectious creations.

 

 

Photo credit: Facebook / Boehm

Relive weekend one of Tomorrowland 2018: sets by Above & Beyond, Hardwell, Tchami x Malaa, + more

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Relive weekend one of Tomorrowland 2018: sets by Above & Beyond, Hardwell, Tchami x Malaa, + moreTomorrowland 2018 1

The first three days of Tomorrowland 2018 are officially in the books. While there may be another packed weekend of brilliant, Belgian-based mayhem still in store, we took a look back at high points from weekend one of EDM’s most storied celebration. Whether it’s a two-hour euphoria trip with Above & Beyond at the Anjunabeats stage or a crawl through the techno trenches with Charlotte de Witte at the main stage, weekend one implores a revisit. See our top highlights from Tomorrowland’s opening weekend below.

Charlotte de Witte

Don Diablo

Axwell ∧ Ingrosso

Tchami x Malaa

Alesso

Steve Aoki

Carl Cox

Netsky

Nicky Romero

Hardwell

Oliver Heldens

Above & Beyond

San Holo