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Electronica band Aubergine Machine is a band that goes against the norms of EDM and creates their own sound, uses numerous influences from various genres of music. Producer Ian Carey uses his experiences from an international house music scene to create an interesting sound blended with many different genres.
Only is a haunting, yet calm and dreamy release with synth pulses throughout that always keeps the beat noteworthy. Indie pop vocalist Shanti Ellis’s melodic voice blends seamlessly with the mix of youth and depth, and together, Only has a seamless cohesion across dance pop, Indie, and EDM. It has the one thing that a lot of EDM music seems to lack these days, which is fun. Without it, a lot of new wave tracks are lack luster, which makes this one shine above the rest. It’s chaotic fun that doesn’t try to hard to fit into a specific category.
The best way to describe the flow of Only is easy listening. Even though it’s an EDM song, the vibe is completely chill. It’s all about the correct type of balance. Aubergine Machine takes the youthful side of EDM and keeps it Indie. Only would fit perfectly in a playlist with other artists like Lorde and Halsey, bringing a new meaning to Florida electronica. So if you jam to Tennis Court and Closer, give Only a listen and find what you’ve been missing.