Anya Alchemy

Anya Alchemy is a young blues singer-songwriter from the depths of the Dandenong Ranges, Victoria


kash is an emerging artist from the hills of Melbourne, Victoria. 

Their music draws inspiration from the likes of Lizzy McAlpine to Billie Eilish creating a raw and honest sound. 

Their songwriting journey began in high school writing harmless diss tracks about their teachers and busking by the cafeteria. 

Now, with an album on the way, kash has developed a sound unique to their own experiences and is slowly making their way through local bars across Naarm, Victoria.

Kaylah Thomas

An Open book kind of girl; emotions, flaws, you get it all.
21-year-old, Kaylah Thomas is a passionate singer-songwriter from country Victoria. Composing tunes as a child, she started taking music seriously in her teens. Having been a Principal Vocalist in the Victorian State Schools Spectacular in 2018, 2019 and 2020, she has been fortunate enough to perform in Hisense Arena to a live audience of 14,000 and broadcast to a national TV audience. Kaylah’s love for music has seen her release 3 singles, ‘Are The Angels’, ‘Reminiscing’ and most recently ‘Try’ ahead of her debut EP’s release this coming 2023. Written from places of emotive drive, her songs explicitly explore the relationship between loss, love, nostalgia and reflection. She hopes her music can initiate change and touch the hearts of many.


Charging in from the rolling hills of Melbourne, Lili-Violet draws inspiration from artists such as Kate Nash, Lily Allen Jaguar Jonze, and WILLOW. Lili-Violet is an indie-pop/rock artist that combines the vulnerability of topics such as mental health and sexuality with sass and cheekiness to bring light to darker situations.
With rocking choruses to bop along to, but lyrics to truly consider, Lili's previous releases have been widely recognised as moody and dark, but with immense energy.
Lili’s 2022 mental health anthem, ‘Anxiety’ was played across the globe with recognition for her mental health advocacy as well as making it to the top 100 of Listen Up Music’s 2023 song competition with her debut single, ‘Doesn’t Mean You’re Lonely’

Lucienne Wynne

Lucienne Wynne (she/her) is an indie pop artist from south east Melbourne. Her originals showcase a blend of musical influences full of thought provoking lyricism and intricate melodies. Lucienne released her debut single ‘The Maze’ in May 2023. For Ignite Youth Festival 2023, Lucienne will be joined by her band for an electric yet soul soothing performance.

Sage Marie

Sage Marie is an up-and-coming teen singer songwriter who started writing songs and taught herself the ukulele during the Melbourne lockdowns to help with her mental health.

She has performed at Bunjil Place as well as performing at school events local markets and festivals around Victoria & has just started touring around South
Gippsland with the Songwriter's Collective.

Her debut original song Screens' won the talent search on Radio Eastern 98.1 FM and 'Grow Up! was chosen for an Indie Fam award all the way from Germany and snatched 2nd place in the DJ City music maker competition.

She has self-produced her own EP Unstable' which is available on all streaming platforms.


SORCHA is a Melbourne-based singer, songwriter, and musician known for her vibrant storytelling of love and heartbreak. She has been described as indie pop, with her lyrics being emotional and descriptive of her personal and love life.

SORCHA has been steadily building a following with her unique style and tone that sets her apart in the music industry. Having lived a part of her childhood in Ireland, she obtained a twang in her voice identifying her long-lost Irish and current Australian accents.

While you can bop your head to her tunes, there is also lots of room to immerse yourself in her emotional lyrics and relate to similar experiences. Her gigs range from solo performances with either a guitar or piano to a full band show.

Follow SORCHA on her social media platforms @sorchajmusic to stay up to date with all the latest news and updates about her upcoming EP ‘Closure’.