After throwing a mega house party at Belgium's Tomorrowland festival last year, the Smirnoff Sound Collective took its #SmirnoffHouse concept down under, inviting superstar DJ, retired cake hurler, and sound collective artist Steve Aoki to crash a house party after Sydney's Stereosonic Festival.
Blasting out tunes on a festival mainstage is one thing, but this was the neighbourhood party that everyone’s invited to: taking place in the Sydney suburbs, it put ravers up close with the likes of Aoki, Jack Beats, Uberjak'd, and Hayden James, smashing down the proverbial security barriers between fan and artist. Luckily, Smirnoff's crew were on hand to capture the madness, turning it into the music video for Dimitri Vegas and Like Mike's remix of Born To Get Wild, from Steve Aoki's debut album 'Neon Future'.
"Fan interaction is one of the most important elements in my live show and I’ve always wanted to find a way to do the same with my music videos," Aoki explains, "When Smirnoff approached me with the idea of making a music video where the fans were the stars, I knew I finally had a partner that could make my wish a reality."
Don’t miss out on the next party – make sure to look for upcoming events and information this year from Smirnoff Sound Collective.