M. Aubrey has today premiered his new track titled ‘Under The Table’, due out Friday. That powerful chord progression doubled with that raspy, soul weary voice, perfectly complements each other from the beginning to that all powerful, almost nuclear crescendo. To say that this song has a powerful sound would be a disservice to the song. This song has that guttural feeling of absolution that happens right before a fight. Yet, that is corralled in with that ‘dirtylicious’ hook heaped with sexuality and drive. In a world that’s sexy, this song says ‘let’s fuck’. Under the table, indeed.

About M. Aubrey

M. Aubrey was born in Miami, Florida. His father taught him guitar as a child while his mother enrolled him in piano lessons. He was inspired to listen to rock music from old Nirvana CDs that his father had in the car. In adolescence, his family relocated to Ft. Myers, Florida where he quickly got involved in the local metal, punk and emo scenes.

He soon after put his own band together to perform original music under the name On Our 7th. He eventually left Fort Myers for Los Angeles to pursue music and focus on honing his production skills, taking on the pseudonym M. Aubrey based on a dare with a co-worker in reference to his love for actress Aubrey Plaza.

After gaining experience in some of LA’s premiere studios, notably The Mix Room & Igloo Music, he began working for producer Fki 1st in 2019, where he became fully immersed in the hiphop studio culture.

His music offers a unique approach to the alternative rock, hip hop fusion by blending elements of dreamy indie and catchy pop with a 90s flair. As a musician himself, M. Aubrey loves to keep things simple, going for well-recorded performances that are passionate and honest. He is about to release his new, self titled project which will be available June 30th.

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