Artist info

Genre

Dance, Electronic, Indie, Pop, Rock


band members

Sophie Chauhan Ben Rizio Marc Scollo Liam O'Luanaigh Alex Siderov


Influences

Radiohead, RÜFÜS, Porter Robinson, Neon Indian, Tame Impala


Bio

Melbourne-based five-piece outfit Ghost in The Mahine, blend a range of genres from electro to indie/alternative, blurring the lines between them in a way that sets them apart from the crowd.

Their debut EP ‘Seasons' showcases an eclectic blend of dreamy vocals, dense electronics, evocative lyrics and poppy hooks.

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I just got back from a battle of the bands in Mooroolbark because one of my friend's bands was competing and as a result found out about Ghost in The Machine. My friend's band came second, only because this magnificent band came first. It was nice that a band with so much talent won, and when the judges announced that they were the winners one of the bands member's mum hugged me ...

I just got back from a battle of the bands in Mooroolbark because one of my friend's bands was competing and as a result found out about Ghost in The Machine. My friend's band came second, only because this magnificent band came first. It was nice that a band with so much talent won, and when the judges announced that they were the winners one of the bands member's mum hugged me out of sheer joy because I happened to be next to her. Can't wait to see where they go!

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50

Fantastic, and I love the way it changes in the middle to a completely different sound, yet doesn't feel disconnected in the slightest.

Fantastic, and I love the way it changes in the middle to a completely different sound, yet doesn't feel disconnected in the slightest.