SonicC, the young prodigy behind the mind bending “Stickin” is all grown up now. “Hades” takes you on a journey into a devilish banger showcasing his trademark intense buildups and drops. “Pulse” continues the descent into the underworld with an evil bassline and huge buildups that only leave you wanting more. “Androids on Acid” wraps up the EP with a taste of old school house and a drop that can not be ignored.
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Steve Aoki recently sat down with the guys at Pulse SF to discuss the current electronic music movement in San Francisco, as well as our weekly-event Obey The Kitty, held every Wednesday in the heart of the Bay Area. Here’s what they had to say:
“Steve Aoki has become one of the most talked about DJ’s and producers in electronic music today, and will release his newest album Wonderland on December 20th. But what some don’t know is that Aoki has run his own record label Dim Mak for the past 15 years exposing bands and Djs like Bloc Party, The Kills, and many more to the world. One of Dim Mak’s newest ventures is a weekly party on Wednesday’s at Vessel called Obey the Kitty featuring international artists from across the globe. SF Station chatted with Aoki about all of this and more in an exclusive interview.”
Check out the complete article and interview here.