2014-05-25T16:38:01-04:00 2014-05-25T12:40:55-04:00

Aubergine MACHINE gives The Strokes' "Call It Fate, Call It Karma" a whole new sound

I'm waiting for the moment when Aubergine MACHINE's music will be present in playlists everywhere. On the cusp of taking their success to the next level, the duo consists of the renowned producer Ian Carey and fresh to the scene Shanti Ellis on the vocals. Their electronic sound is the very effort that I'd like to keep seeing. It pushes the genre boundaries and is suitable for nearly every listening occasion. They blend in their vast influences into each of their tracks and the result is beautiful. If you're not familiar with Aubergine Machine, I'd recommend checking out their track "Starstruck" or "Hostage", but only after having a listen to their cover of The Stroke's "Call It Fate, Call It Karma" below.

The duo takes this staple song from The Strokes and turns it into an entirely new piece of work. Shanti's haunting vocals add just the right amount of vigor to the dark bass and eerie trap kicks. You can hear their various genre influences melting down into this fluid production. I'm sure The Strokes are proud!

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Aubergine MACHINE

"Call It Fate, Call It Karma" (The Strokes Cover)


Cover · Electronic · Trap


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Shanti Ellis
7 years ago

@AubergineMACHIN thanks for the love:-)