Neon Indian has only been sighted in one-offs and collaborations for quite a while now, so it is more than welcome to see the release of VEGA INTL. Night School, his third full-length. Partly recorded on a cruise ship(!!!), the record is suitably trash-groovy and fun, pulling in influence from Palomo’s early dance pseudonym Vega. On Transgressive.
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8/10 Jack Customer review, 18th October 2015
Were Neon Indian's Alan Palomo somehow born in 1958 rather than 1988, he surely would have risen as one of the preeminent producers of the Eighties, on par with the likes of Giorgio Moroder. That being said, it's a privilege to have him here and now, producing in the 2010's, as his latest work is a brilliant reminder of everything that made 1980-1989 great. Originally conceived as a release for his Vega side project, 'INTL.' explores everything from Italo-disco to synth-pop. A great album chock full of hazy hits.
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