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3WEEKS. 3RELEASES. 3OKI.

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Steve Aoki kicks off the New Year in high gear with the launch of 3OKI, a series of new music releases across three consecutive weeks to be released on Dim Mak Records.

3OKI launches with the A LIGHT THAT NEVER COMES (Remixes) EP, out January 21 on Warner Bros. Records/Dim Mak Records, a collection of remixes from today’s top electronic producers of the massive hit collaboration from Aoki and Grammy-Award-winning, multi-platinum alternative rock band Linkin Park.

Next up is “Can’t Stop The Swag,” a new collaboration from Aoki and Dim Mak’s first-ever hardstyle artist Coone, out January 28. Aoki closes out 3OKI with one of his biggest tracks of recent times, joining fellow Dim Mak artist Autoerotique and powerhouse duo Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike for the release of “Feedback,” out February 7.

Check back on www.dimmak.com and www.steveaoki.com for previews and full streams of all these rad tracks!

3RELEASES. 3WEEKS. 3OKI.

What Headphones Are The Stars Using? Business Inside Reports On Steve Aoki & SOL Republic

Tim Gauthier

The ever-popular Business Insider Magazine reports on some of the latest headphone trends, referencing Steve Aoki (Dim Mak Records), Justin Miller (DFA), and RZA (of Wu-Tang Clan), amongst others, on what they prefer to have on stage and in the studio:

“Over the ear DJ style headphones have become must have gadgets as well as a personal fashion statement. Major label hip hop artists like Dr. Dre, Ludacris, and 50 cent coming out with their own line of headphones and displaying them at technology conventions like CES. We wondered about the quality of all of these DJ style, over the ear headphones that are coming out.”

Steve Aoki Tattoo #2

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Props to Blake Hunter from North Carolina who got some fresh Aoki ink!

Video: Steve Aoki Stage Dives from 20+ ft Balcony’s At Sold Out Shows.

Tim Gauthier

During this past year’s SxSW, Steve Aoki had the pleasure of playing the Sunday Swagger party with Bun B, Big Sean, and Chiddy Bang. Special guest performances like Wiz Khalifa were memorable, but nobody in attendance (or watching it on youtube) will forget Aoki’s 20 foot stage dive into the crowd.