Artist info

Genre

Electronic, Pop


Influences

Banks, Beyonce, Fiona Apple


Website

www.aeoramusic.com

Bio

A singer-songwriter and producer who draws from self-reflection, Aeora (pronounced ‘ay-aura’) began as a way for her to cope through trauma and find new ways to connect with herself and the world around her. She began writing lyrics and melodies before she was 10, singing country and folk music when she was a teenager and then later started producing electronic music on her laptop when she was 19. It was there she began her journey into developing her own sound and her own voice.

In 2016, Aeora played her first interstate showcase at Sydney’s Electronic Music Conference, which followed by her first international showcase in Toronto at Canadian Music Week in 2017. Aeora also released her first co-written song ‘Need You’ in 2017, written with fellow Australian artist LANKS and produced by Haxx (Kult Kyss), which landed itself in Spotify’s AUS/NZ New Music Friday, Front Left, New Pop Revolution, The Office Stereo, Pop Edge, Indie Arrivals, then placing the song at number 8 in the AUS/NZ Viral Charts in the first week of the release.

Following on from the success of ‘Need You’, Aeora decided to take some time to herself and develop herself and her art. It’s been a few years now since her last release and since then, she has been writing away in her home studio, developing her writing and production skills, as well as working with producers Haxx and Pip Norman (Troye Sivan, Jarryd James, CXLOE.

Contact: hello@aeoramusic.com

Review

Review by Dave Ruby Howe Dave Ruby Howe

08 Dec 2020

Triple J
35

It's an icy offering from Aeora but watch as she cracks the surface and lets out the dramatic electronic pop spirit within.

It's an icy offering from Aeora but watch as she cracks the surface and lets out the dramatic electronic pop spirit within.

Review

Review by Max Quinn Max Quinn

07 Dec 2020

Triple J
35

Took me a sec to fall into the groove of this one, but I found the final minute and a half really rewarding.

Took me a sec to fall into the groove of this one, but I found the final minute and a half really rewarding.

Review

Review by Declan Byrne Declan Byrne

02 Oct 2020

Triple J
35

so ominous, i'm going and turning all the lights on in my house after this.

so ominous, i'm going and turning all the lights on in my house after this.