Steve Aoki is a man that seems to NEVER stop. If he's not touring the world or headlining a festival, he's doing his radio show, handling his label Dim Mak, being a fashion icon, or even partying with Dan Bilzerian! Now, we get to see from the man himself how he does it all in his upcoming new memoir “BLUE: The Color of Noise”.

In BLUE, Aoki recounts the epic highs of music festivals, clubs and pool parties around the world, as well as the lows of friendships lost to drugs and alcohol, and his relationship with his flamboyant father. Illustrated with candid photos gathered throughout his life, the book reveals how Aoki became a force of nature as an early social media adopter, helping to turn dance music into the phenomenon it is today. (His performances are watched by millions in person and online at events such as Tomorrowland, Electric Daisy Carnival, Ultra Music Festival, and many more) All this, while remaining true to his DIY punk rock principles, which value spontaneity, fun and friendship above all else—demonstrable by the countless cakes he has flung across cities worldwide.

You can pre-order BLUE below, and I know I can't wait to get my hands on this one for my next long flight!