Steve Aoki to play the House of Blues with Datsik

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Steve Aoki will hit the road for headlining winter tour of North American with help from dubstep artist Datsik. The duo will bring their “Deadmeat” tour to Boston for a performance at the House of Blues on Thursday, February 16. Tickets are now on sale through Live Nation for $35 and $50.

The “Deadmeat” tour will showcase the debut of new live visual productions from both Aoki and Datsik, who both will be promoting new albums.

Aoki will be touring in support tour of his latest release and first full-length album, Wonderland. Known for his vast collaborations with multiple artists across various genres, Aoki welcomed a host of guest collaborators for the new album including Rivers Cuomo of Weezer, Lil Jon, LMFAO, Kid Cudi and Travis Barker of Blink-182 and more. Wonderland debuted at #6 on Billboard’s Dance/Electronic Album Chart and reached #11 on iTunes’ Overall Album Chart after its release earlier this month.

“I’m really happy to get this out there to show people the diversity of sounds that influence me,” Aoki said in a recent interview with Metromix. “I’m an electro kid, but I love some progressive vocal house records. I love dubstep. I even love some pop records.” Aoki has been actively DJing for over 15 years, but Wonderland marks his first work focused on his own production material.

Datsik will also be touring in support of his forthcoming full-length debut album, Vitamin D. No release date for the album has been revealed, though guests collaborations will reportedly include Jonathan Davis of Korn, Infected Mushroom, Z-Trip and Snak The Ripper.

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