Steve Aoki‘s Neon Future LP installments have at all times felt like full-blown occasions, and the primary occasion of the cake-tossing EDM icon’s 12 months has lastly arrived: Neon Future III.
Aoki’s ubiquitous productions are by no means off the airwaves lengthy. In between his well-endowed pageant/touring schedule, the globetrotter discovered time to pepper 2018 with releases. Despite the constant output, Neon Futures III simply stands out from the remainder of Aoki’s output with an feature-stuffed observe record that’s poised for some severe chart harm.
“Neon Future III (Intro)” begins off the LP with a no-vocals-necessary stadium electro scorcher–however the opening volley shortly provides option to an categorically stacked slate of feature-heavy pop-leaning productions. Former One Direction-er, Louis Tomlinson is on-board for radio-ready home on “Just Hold On,” and Ok-pop sensations BTS are proper behind with “Waste It On Me.” Aoki has a possible crossover smash for each style within the chamber, with everybody from blink-182 to social media queen Bella Thorne in line to lend their abilities. For followers of his full-throttle instrumental choices, the tone struck by the intro observe resurfaces on the LP’s shut, with none aside from Bill Nye lending heavyweight pattern clout to album shut: “Noble Gas.”