In late August Steve Aoki and Linkin Park teased us with the trailer for the collaboration of A Light That Never Comes. Yesterday, HBO released their fall preview of the upcoming shows and movies they have in store for their audience which features the highly awaited track. The images and short segments are amazingly well synced with the minute and a half long preview, heightening the intensity of HBO’s promo. This is another huge indicator of how big EDM is getting and considering the network’s large audience, can only be beneficiary for the artist and genre. Check out the preview below!
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Having not heard anything released from Vicetone in such a long time makes me genuinely upset. I also forget that in the end it’s always good not to hear something from these two geniuses whom are so extravagant because in the long run, the next thing that they release will be absolutely spectacular. This […]
The vibrant dance music producer/DJ Steve Aoki will join Chester Bennington and Mike Shinoda of Linkin Park tonight on Jimmy Kimmel Live to perform their song “A Light That Never Comes.” Of course the song has been dropped live and the trio have performed it, but never will it reach as many people as […]
The unreleased collaboration of Steve Aoki and Linkin Park of A Light That Never Comes finally has become more than a track played at Summer Sonic Festival in Japan. It now has a trailer which shows Steve Aoki and Linkin Park in the studio discussing the track as well producing the track with the track playing in the background. The release date will be on […]
Growing up before I even had the slightest clue about EDM, but still being a music fanatic, it was all about Rock, Hip-Hop and Rap. I remember the first CD I ever bought was Linkin Park’s first studio album, Hybrid Theory. And I literally remember playing that record so frequently on my 5-disk CD player […]