Aoki and van Buuren's anthemic new single arrives via the former's Dim Mak imprint.
Tiësto, Marshmello, DJ Snake, and many more will perform at over 40 events throughout Sin City in celebration of the return of EDC Las Vegas.
The creator economy is throwing their weight behind music's decentralized future.
New major releases include tracks from AC Slater, William Black and Apashe and more.
The Blink-182 drummer and Dim Mak boss have each recorded a sound that can be paired with emojis in Messenger.
The Dim Mak boss will be joined by Gary “King Pokémon," the hosts of Dumb Money, and more in partnership with the Aoki Foundation.
Following months of uncertainty, the organizers of Escapade Music Festival have provided an important update.
Aoki's DJ set went viral after he brought out the iconic punk band to perform an unreleased collab.
Fans will be able to pick up a variety of colorful clothing items featuring characters from the Japanese brand's iconic lineup.
The special edition timepiece glows in the dark and retails for $3,050.
Kaskade, Cash Cash, NGHTMRE, and more are set to headline the all-inclusive destination event.
The Dim Mak founder has unveiled another anime-inspired collaboration following the April release of his second Naruto collection.
The three-day "Dance Again" festival will air across four SiriusXM dance channels: BPM, Chill, Diplo's Revolution, and Utopia.
Lollapalooza's lineup truly has something to offer festival attendees of all ages and musical tastes.
Alesso, TOKiMONSTA, Charlotte de Witte, Armin van Buuren, and many more shared tributes to their mom.
Steve Aoki's Remix Radio show will host Autograf, Wax Motif and more throughout the month of May.
The remix is a part of a Deezer-powered compilation featuring reworks from Blasterjaxx, NERVO, GATTÜSO, and more.
Superstar DJ Steve Aoki and his brother Kevin, a renowned restauranteur, are opening a yakitori eatery on the Strip.
The lyrics praise the plant, stating “the atmosphere is good and it smells like marijuana” in Spanish.
The new anime-inspired Dim Mak merchandise follows Aoki's first Naruto merch drop back in September.
100% of the funds collected from Beeple's auction will go to the Open Earth Foundation.
Check out the animated visual featuring the three artists fighting in a galaxy far, far away.