• On Feb. 28 at 10 p.m. PT/1 a.m. ET, Yahoo Live will live stream Steve Aoki's concert from the Aragon Ballroom in Chicago. Tune in HERE to watch!

    Steve Aoki has been pegged as the longhaired, wild and crazy EDM DJ/producer with a penchant for  throwing cakes into the crowd during his concerts. There's some truth to that image, but such antics only reflect the more lighthearted aspect of his personality.

    Aoki shared his more intellectual side when he recently stopped by the Yahoo Music offices to discuss Neon Future I, the first part of his double-album, and its companion piece, the Neon Future Sessions, a WIRED interview series with cultural and technological visionaries.

    "When I'm at a show, I'm there to have fun," Aoki told Yahoo Music. "Let's just not care for a moment. So this cake in your face is to make you lose your mind. And it's not about caring about whatever you are wearing and caring what other people are thinking about you. Out of the context, I'm trying to develop

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  • On Feb. 23 at 6:30 p.m. PT/9:30 p.m. ET, Yahoo Live will live stream Bush's concert from the House of Blues in Boston. Tune in HERE to watch!

    The more things change, the more things stay the same. This axiom can easily be applied to famed British alt-rockers Bush as they celebrate the recent 20th anniversary of their multiplatinum debut, Sixteen Stone, and promote their new album, Man On the Run, released late last year.

    British rock band Bush, circa 2014British rock band Bush, circa 2014The band, led by singer-guitarist Gavin Rossdale, became famous in the mid-'90s for post-grunge hits like "Everything Zen" and  "Glycerine," which were reminiscent of the heavy grunge sounds of Nirvana and Soundgarden and strongly resonated with American audiences. Interestingly, Bush gained much more notoriety Stateside than in their native U.K., where the lighter sound of Britpop was on the rise at the time. Since releasing Sixteen Stone in 1994, the band has sold more than 20 million records in the U.S. and Canada alone.

    Now the band, which also includes guitarist

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