Tomorrowland has announced the Sunday main stage headliners for weekend one of this year's festival.
Following the rumours that Swedish House Mafia would be headlining both weekends, Tomorrowland have revealed the weekend one slot will by filled by acts already slated to perform across the weekend.
The 2019 flagship edition of Electric Daisy Carnival, AKA EDC, went ahead last weekend in Las Vegas.
Over three days attendees witnessed performances from the likes of DJ Mag's current cover star Armin van Buuren, Skrillex, Above & Beyond, Alesso and many more, spanning EDM, trance and dubstep.
Romania's largest festival, UNTOLD, is set to return for its fifth edition this summer, and it's now been revealed that the likes of Armin van Buuren, Don Diablo and Steve Aoki will all be making appearances over the weekend.
Steve Aoki is moving into the fitness business, launching a brand new workout app called Aoki Bootcamp.
Aoki says that his busy schedule makes it hard for him to stick to a fitness routine, but would fit in some workout time wherever he could.
"I’m the kind of guy who will work out wherever I am, whether I’m in the green room or backstage at a festival or in my hotel room," he explains. "I’d been putting my workout on social media and people would come up to me and I thought that I really wanted to bring this out so people can join in."
Dance music culture has invaded gaming, and is blurring the line between the real and virtual world. Big gaming companies are recruiting dance music DJs for more than their music. They are co-opting their image, their brand, their personality and weaving their digital avatars into a video game storyline.
Steve Aoki has announced that he features as a character in the new Star Trek Command video game.
Calvin Harris, Tiësto, Martin Garrix, and more are confirmed for 2019 Las Vegas residencies through the Hakkasan group.
The likes of Zedd, Steve Aoki, who spent Christmas delivering free food to homeless people, and Nicky Romero have also been booked in for parties spanning the group's Hakkasan and OMNIA nightclubs, as well as the massive WET REPUBLIC Ultra Pool.
Steve Aoki has teamed up with a U.S. courier company to deliver food to the homeless.
Ever the altruist, Aoki got the ball rolling by tweeting Postmates on December 19th:
With shops opening in San Francisco, San Diego, Boston, Miami, New York, Chicago and Europe in development, Aoki launched Pizzaoki back in July.
Rage Against The Machine guitarist Tom Morello has surprised fans with a different direction on his new album.
Titled ‘The Atlas Underground’, the album sees Morello embrace EDM production techniques while still making full use of his guitar. In order to achieve the sound he wanted, he’s collaborated with a number of big names from the scene including Steve Aoki, Knife Party, Bassnectar and Pretty Lights.
Steve Aoki wants to make music with Elon Musk according to an interview with the Dim Mak boss and EDM titan.
Sitting down on the couch to talk shop and shoot the breeze for BuzzFeed's AM to DM live morning show, Aoki suggested that one of the world's foremost business innovators could be a great studio partner.
"I would love to collaborate with Elon Musk," Aoki said. "At the end of the day it's not necessarily about, you know, I just need, like, ideas, creative flow, energy and then the kind of vibe off that."