Olympian snowboarder Shaun White brings Air + Style to the U.S. for the first time, and the event is forced to battle issues due to weather.
As 2015 begins to roll onward Steve Aoki announced that he will be making some changes to his live performances and has issued a statement to his loyal fans. The cake that has been a staple in his live performances will no longer be an integral part of the show which is something that many fans will be sorry to hear. There comes a t
I remember the first time I saw Coone, specifically the “venue” he performed in. It was January of this year, and he was the headline set in an abandoned warehouse in Brooklyn, with puddles of standing water in various spots, and asbestos falling down on me during especially bass-heavy songs. To say this was
Steve Aoki has always been at the forefront of future music. As the founder of Dim Mak Records and a Grammy-nominated electronic musician, his projects have grasped the attention of influencers and music enthusiasts worldwide. Given that he’s an avid follower o
Everyone loves a good b2b set. Now, this trend is about to be taken to the next level. Steve Aoki and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike will be combining for the first time this WMC to premiere their exciting new live project, '3 Are Leg
Electro house DJ, Steve Aoki, is known for his acrobatics on stage during his performances. From cake throwing to raft riding, you can be sure to witness his signature “Aoki Jump” during his show
Steve Aoki, Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike, and Autoerotique are 3 of Dim Mak's most notable artists. Now, they've joined forces for a track that will undoubtedly become an anthem for the approaching festival season
If there's one DJ that has a good time when he performs it would definitely be Steve Aoki. He brings boatloads of energy and the crowd seems to always bring plenty of their own. While playing in LA on November 15 Steve and his fans achieved two world records. One was for the loude