Aubergine Machine Drops New Track "Sundown"

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Electro-duo, Aubergine Machine, is back with a brand new track and music video to go along with it.

The duo just dropped "Sundown", their third single of the year, which incorporates a fresh and ultra-modern electro-pop vibe.

The single captures the feel of South Beach, and the season of fall and winter in the tropical climate, right after the tropical storms have died down.

For "Sundown", the duo described that they, "decided to make a new electronic sound that feels warm and breezy; kind of like a dub record, but with a little trap influence to make it slightly urban. A lot of people only have glossy South Beach images of the Miami area, but there's so much more.

We like to go inland and just be in nature, it's very inspiring.

Thats's exactly what we did to shoot the music video for the song, we wanted to show a different side of SoFlo.

We even decided to produce and direct the video ourselves as we felt otherwise that inspiration might get lost."

The producer of the dynamic duo, Ian Carey, is known for his many multi-platinum records and MTV Video Music Award.

He has toured and performed all around the globe with world-renowned artists including Basement Jaxx, Avicii, Diplo, Swedish House Mafia, Empire of the Sun, Faithless - among many others.

Carey has teamed up with singer and vocalist Shanti Ellis in collaboration to create their new experimental project, Aubergine Machine.

For those who are fans of Flume, Little Dragon, Lorde and Massive Attack - you are sure to love what Aubergine Machine has coming for listeners and fans. The sound is what I like to call "chill electro" with a mix of "electro-funk" - perfect for your beach and summer playlsits.

If you're liking what you're hearing, be sure to also check out their music video for "Call it Fate, Call it Karma" below, which is a cover of the single released by The Strokes.

Be on the lookout for more to come from the electronica duo Aubergine Machine.