Dim Mak boss Steve Aoki joins Will Sparks on new track ‘Send It’. By incorporating Aoki's vocals over a tech-leaning production, the duo bring an update to the Melbourne Sound that Sparks apparently helped establish.
The track marks the first time the DJs have released a joint single. It follows Will’s remix of Steve’s ‘Neon Future III’ single, ‘Anything More (feat. Era Istrefi)’. The official music video features several action sports stars "sending it," including skateboard pioneer Tony Hawk, olympic snowboarding gold medalist Chloe Kim, and big wave surfer Kai Lenny.
This new track serves as Aoki’s latest single and follows a summer of cross-genre output, including ‘Let It Be Me’, alongside the Backstreet Boys, ‘Rave’ with MAKJ and Showtek, Timmy Trumpet collaboration ‘Hava (feat. Dr Phunk)’, and a dance-remake of the Dave Matthews Band track ‘Crash Into Me’ alongside Darren Criss.
The new track arrives as Aoki’s touring schedule continues, with upcoming performances slated at EDC Orlando, Beatpatrol Austria, Dim Mak ADE, Tomorrowland’s 15th Anniversary ADE Party, Festival X Australia, Decadence, and numerous Las Vegas shows for his Hakkasan Group residency.
Since breaking through in 2013, 25-year-old Will Sparks has possibly become one of the most talked about Australian musicians. While he’s credited with pioneering the bounce sound that overtook Melbourne (and spread worldwide), the young producer continues to reinvent himself and further expand his sound, evidenced by 2019 singles ‘Mona Lisa’, ‘My Spine Is Tingling (feat. Luciana)’, and Cat Dealers collaboration ‘Party Everyday’.