Eva No’s latest EP, “Stainless Steel,” is an exciting example of modern music production, boasting a level of crispness and mix clarity that adds definition to the songs. The EP melds synth textures and other electronic elements with great melodies, skillfully blurring the lines between various musical influences. Each of the five tracks is a mesmerizing blend of hooks and intricate layers of electronica, making “Stainless Steel” a must-listen for anyone seeking a fresh and immersive twist. The self-titled opener immediately sets the mood with a driven, yet hypnotic tone. The sound is quite diverse, featuring elements of dance, but also pop and even shades of reggae on one of the songs, “Bring Me Flowers.” Although it only features five songs, this release stands out as an example of the artist’s wide, creative range, and ability to branch out.