'It really felt like a natural fit': YM&U talks UK and US connection

Mark Sutherland

There’s a moment in DJ/producer Steve Aoki’s 2016 I’ll Sleep When I’m Dead documentary that always reminds Matt Colon of how far things have moved on since his Deckstar management company joined the YM&U revolution.

“There’s a line in the trailer where Steve says. ‘I’m 35 years old, I don’t want to waste any more time’,” chuckles Colon, boss of YM&U’s Los Angles-based US music division. “By the time the documentary actually came out, he was 39.”

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