Steve Aoki Says He'll Preview New Music at Electric Zoo: Video Interview
Steve Aoki will be surrounded by family when he premieres a ton of new music at Electric Zoo 2016 this year. His Dim Mak family, that is.
The Neon Future producer's label Dim Mak Records turns 20 in 2016, and Aoki says the label's 20th Anniversary stage will be an opportunity to not only showcase the diverse set of artists (which include SBCR of Bloody Beetroots, 3LAU, Rain Man, ETC!ETC, WatchTheDuck and Max Styler), but introduce some of his new material too.
"This set, in particular at EZoo, is all about my new stuff," he tells Fuse in the interview above. "Of course, I'll play my Aoki records that people love, but really I'm going to introduce all the new stuff."
Watch the full video to see what else to expect from Steve and Dim Mak at EZoo, then below watch the DJ-producer share exclusive details about his Beat Bomb video game: