Steve Aoki Unveils 26 New Remixes Of Neon Future IV

Just under two months since Steve Aoki released Neon Future IV, we are now receiving 26 remixes that bring new life into the productions.

The mega remix LP for his star-studded Neon Future IV album enlists acts such as Deorro & Dave Mak, Armin Van Buuren & Avian Grays, Dash Berlin, R3HAB and even Aoki himself who deconstruct the source material into 26 brand new arrangements. 

Highlights from the package include the previously released Armin van Buuren & Avian Grays Remix, which packs a punchy trance sound. Dash Berlin leads the collections as the first remix, bringing a classic melody focused trance rendition. Koven brings the DnB vibes to ‘New Blood’. SWACQ unleashes his fresh and funky main room sound, which was recently played in Martin Garrix’s boat set. It’s not so easy to pick highlights when all 26 new versions are all great in their own right!

Overall, each remix brings a unique style and sound, ensuring there is at least one for everyone. From hardstyle to acid-techno to chill, this collection has it all. Dive in now and find your favourites.

To celebrate the release, Steve will do a special livestream next week. He’ll take over the weekly Dim Mak Tuesdays Presents livestream, where they partner with MusiCares to provide critical funds directly to those in the music industry in need.





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