Tag: Steve Aoki
Steve Aoki Feat. Angger Dimas ‘Steve Jobs’ – Mason Remix (Available Today via Beatport)
Full Remix Package In Stores 5/29
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Kid Cudi has received a nomination for Best Music in the MTV Movie Awards for the Steve Aoki remix to “Pursuit of Happiness” being used in Project X. The winner is voted on by fans, so you can head here to vote for Cudi & Aoki.
The remix is also available to download for the first time, read more for details.
Vitamin D has serviced Datsik’s first full-length release with his newest label-home; Dim Mak Records. After coming off his co-headlined tour across the US and Canada, Steve and Datsik finally got a chance to sit down with MTV to reflect on the chaos that has become the last 3 months of their lives:
When MTV News caught up with Aoki recently, he revealed that he and Datsik bonded at the Identity Festival last summer.
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With the immersion of Dim Mak’s finest at Insomniac’s Beyond Wonderland, there were too many memorable portions of the night; from Autoerotique’s debut of several unreleased tracks, to Felix Cartal getting 10,000 fans to sing along to “Don’t Turn On The Lights”, we could only close things out with a bang — literally. Steve Aoki brought out the friend and collaborative drummer, Travis Barker to perform their latest single “Cudi The Kid” off Wonderland.
Dim Mak has been taking hold of the iTunes Top Dance Charts, with 3 albums charting on the Top 40 spots; Both Steve Aoki (Wonderland) and Infected Mushroom’s “Army Of Mushrooms” Pre-Order are back-to-back at No. 23 and 24! Datsik’s recent release has immediately shot up since it’s world-debut, currently residing at No. 10!
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Some of you might not know this but Steve started out in the Hardcore punk scene. Actually the first ever dim mak release was a hardcore ep. After releasing A hardcore single with Bob Rifo as Rifoki his Album Wonderland was a logical step to again introduce part of his roots Amsterdam’s Sick Boy also came from a background of loud guitars so when the two decided to collaborate on “The Kids will have their say” it was inevitable that it would be a loud in your face track with a punk influenced attitude.
What would be cooler then having people play on it that influenced Generations of kids to pick up a guitar or drumsticks? Here’s a Lil info on “Big” John and Erik, the guitarplayer and drummer on the track.
The San Diego Sports Arena held one of the very-last Deadmeat Tour stops, with 2 special guests including Zedd and Steve Angello. NBC San Diego caught up with Steve backstage before his flight to Las Vegas to discuss his upcoming show schedule, festivals, playing multiple shows in one night, and his love for Southwest Airlines.
See Steve Aoki and Lil Jon close out the night before jet setting to Las Vegas in NBC’s exclusive interview.
Steve Aoki, Dim Mak Records, and Australia’s Power House; “Your Friends House”, recently hooked up to give the readers of YFH and the loyal followers of Dim Mak the chance to win a stack of merchandise for being a little bit creative.
Check out the new video for ‘Cudi The Kid’ ft. Kid Cudi & Travis Barker! Single & Remixes in stores April 10th.
Go download this Nadastrom moombahton remix of Steve Aoki’s Heartbreaker feat. Lovefoxxx on iTunes.
Now that the dust of Austin, TX has settled, the editorials recapping the month-long SxSW event have started to appear. Jay-Z’s “Life + Times” had managed to get ahold of Steve during his SxSW performance, to touch a little more on the January-release of “Wonderland”
Miami really jumped off in a big way for Dim Mak. After the first official party hosted at Mansion, with guest performers including the boss-man Steve Aoki, Datsik, Joachim Garraud, Felix Cartal, Dirtyphonics, and many many many more, we decided to drag out the night into an all-day pool party, hosted at Dream Hotel.