As reported by Mixmag:
"Mixmag spoke to the Dim Mak boss over tea and cakes at the Savoy Hotel in London (the customised cupcakes pictured above). Topics covered included his new album 'Neon Future 1', his cake throwing and his new work under a different alias.
Speaking about playing at Cafe Mambo in Ibiza this summer, he said how this inspired him to move into deep house: "That kind of environment, the banging stuff just doesn't work, so I was playing house: Maceo Plex, Ten Walls, Tiga's collaborations, Duke Dumont and some more underground stuff."
There is no set release date on these upcoming "deep house" tracks by Steve Aoki, but be sure that it will be posted on EDM Canada as soon as they're available for everyone to hear.