Holy Smokes, Batman! Steve Aoki has simply dropped what might probably be his greatest huge room observe in YEARS with “Hoovela”, an enormous collab with Croatian huge room duo TWIIG. On prime of that, we are able to additionally verify right here at EDM Sauce, that this observe will certainly be on Aoki's upcoming Neon Future III album.
“Hoovela” is straight FIRE proper from the get-go with crashing synths and an enormous drumline. “Hoovela” then follows the trendy huge room construct up with a fist pumping anthemic huge room drop that may blow the images off your wall. This is old-fashioned Big Room. This brings me again to the sounds of early 2010's Ultra's. This is MASSIVE.
Aoki’s bold Neon Future sequence (launched Ultra Music/Dim Mak) is an ongoing thread of related semi-concept albums that delve into Aoki’s deep curiosity in futurism by means of know-how and explores well timed themes of singularity, biotechnology, digital immortality and the symbiotic relationship between man and machine. Officially launched in 2014 with the inaugural installment, Neon Future I (licensed gold by the RIAA), adopted by Neon Future II (2015), the sequence options high-profile collaborations with artists from throughout a number of genres together with will.i.am, Linkin Park, Snoop Dogg, Fall Out Boy and others, in addition to main figures in popular culture and know-how together with Google’s Director of Engineering Ray Kurzweil, theoretical physicist and Nobel laureate Kip Thorne and director/producer J.J. Abrams.
Tying into the forthcoming Neon Future III, Aoki has partnered with Impact Theory and Eisner Award winner Jim Krueger (DC Comics “Justice,” Marvel “Earth X,” “X-Men, “The Avengers”) to create NEON FUTURE, a brand new comedian ebook sequence that might be launched this weekend on the 2018 New York Comic Con. An revolutionary multi platform strategy, the Neon Future sequence totally encompasses all of Aoki’s multimedia properties, from his music, movies and social media…depicting Aoki in numerous levels of his bodily transformation from man to machine.