Steve Aoki's Las Vegas home is an 'introvert's dream'

Steve Aoki doesn't need to leave the house credit:Bang Showbiz
Steve Aoki doesn't need to leave the house credit:Bang Showbiz

Steve Aoki's Las Vegas home is an "introvert's dream".

The superstar DJ turned his pad, just outside the main strip in the Nevada city, into the ultimate space for relaxation, complete with a sauna, ice bath and meditation space - a complete juxtaposition to Sin City, it's a place he can retreat to after the madness of touring.

The multi-purpose property is also where he works his magic in the studio.

He told Electronic Musician magazine: "It's my studio, my home, my resort.

"I have my whole ice bath, sauna, meditation room.

"My house is like a compound.

"I have everything I need here. I never have to leave. It's an introvert's dream."

He added: "It's kinda crazy, Las Vegas is the city of sin and everyone comes here to go big and party hard.

"I do 40 shows a year here but then I drive 20 minutes off the strip and I zen out, be creative and keep the music coming and the culture moving fowards."

Meanwhile, health-conscious Steve previously revealed he wants to be cryogenically frozen and brought back to life in the future.

The 44-year-old EDM star - who is reportedly worth around $100 million - is passionate about "brain technology" of the future and hopes there will be a way he can be eternal.

Speaking on the 'In Depth with Graham Bensinger' show last year, he said: “My passion is in what’s in the future with brain technology. The angle is finding a way to live forever, and that sounds kind of scary and crazy when you say that. … My mom’s 78. I want to see her live to 120. I want to say, ‘Mom, you have another 50 more years left,’ you know?”

Steve is hoping to use technology developed by the Alcor Life Foundation, which reportedly charges around $220,000 to be frozen, in the hope of being able to "come back" one day

He explained: "So Alcor is a facility that deep freezes your body. … If I’m so lucky to die in a hospital situation where they can move my whole body and quickly get my body — my brain most importantly — into this deep Kelvin temperature, and … if there’s technology to actually bring you back, then I could come back."

However, he admitted his mother and sister don't share his enthusiasm for freezing themselves after his death and he thinks it would be "sad" to go through the process on his own and end up alone in the distant future.

The 'Just Hold On' hitmaker added: "But it’s like the sad thing is, I don’t want to come back and my whole family’s gone. That’s why I’m … asking my whole family, ‘Let’s at least all do it together.'”

Steve previously admitted he was interested in being cryogenically frozen after watching his father Rocky die.

He recalled: “He had tubes all in him, but he’d grip my hand tight. He was still there, fighting. His brain was not ready to die.”