MUSIC NEWS: STEVE AOKI Ignites with "Get Me Outta Here" ft Flux Pavilion // JIMMY KIMMEL LIVE Performance Set for Sept 30

"I feel a storm is somewhere near," are lyrics sang on the haunting track "Get Me Outta Here" featuring Flux Pavilion which appears on STEVE AOKI's NEON FUTURE I album due out September 30 on Dim Mak/Ultra Music.  Set over a shuffling beat punctuated by synths that could double for laser blasts from a starship circa 2114, the words tie together on the future music composition created with Flux Pavilion, one of the U.K.'s most prominent producers.   The song made its debut yesterday on This Song Is Sick.

Listen to "Get Me Outta Here" featuring Flux Pavilion now at:

Meanwhile, STEVE AOKI is set to appear on "Jimmy Kimmel Live" on Tuesday, September 30 in support of Neon Future I.  He will perform the song "Rage The Night Away" featuring Waka Flocka Flame.

At the same time, he is still heating up radio waves with his first Top 40 radio track "Delirious (Boneless)" with Chris Lake and Tujamo featuring Kid Ink.  The song--touted by Zach Frydenlund of COMPLEX (June 3) as a "…club anthem that's all about a night on the town with no worries.   Kid Ink molds right in with the club record, delivering quality verses and an infectious hook on the song" -- has just been added to KHKS Dallas and WNOW Indy and still continues to see strong support from stations like KAMP in Los Angeles, KMVQ in San Francisco, KKHH in Houston and WFLC in Miami just to name a few.   Currently it ranks at #28 on Shazam overall in the U.S.

The follow-up to his 2009 Grammy-nominated debut Wonderland, Neon Future I is an all-star extravaganza from one of dance music's most heralded entertainers.  It features collaborations with the likes of Fall Out Boy, Empire of the Sun,, Afrojack and Bonnie McKee.  Album tracks "Rage The Night Away" featuring Waka Flocka Flame, "Free The Madness" featuring Machine Gun Kelly and "Delirious (Boneless)"--are out now.

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