In her exploration of different beats and learning how to manipulate vocal tracks, Melbourne’s Lisa Spencer became Aeora. Drawing together experiences as a teenager, where Spencer focused on country singing techniques, and the admiration of strong female vocalists, Aeora delved deeper into her bedroom production techniques. After signing a management deal and joining the roster of fresh Melbourne record label Riot Expert Records, Aeora spent time working on her debut EP Alt. (released July 2016) and supporting the likes of Glades, Confidence Man and Evangeline, as well as enjoying her first interstate shows along the east coast of Australia with electronic labelmates RKDA and an appearance at Sydney’s Electronic Music Conference.
With tracks known for their raw emotion and commanding vocals, Aeora backed up her first single of 2017 ‘Boss-y’ with showcases at Toronto’s Canadian Music Week and is spending time working on a slew of empowering, yet darkly layered tracks to continue the year.
Her vocal prowess is set to be on par with industry greats by the likes of Banks, Lorde and Beyoncé. Purple Sneakers
It’s bold, crisp and soaked in emotion. The AU Review