Over 20 artists. Unique Spaces. 1 music filled evening.
Fringe Ignite returns to The Rocks on the evening of 2 September to mark the official opening of Sydney Fringe Festival. Explore the charming laneways and discover over 20 acts performing in pop-up locations all evening. Start your night outside AIM at Nurses' Walk and meander your way up through the precinct all the way to the Observer Hotel. See performances in doorways, amble through piano bars and find unique music in secret laneawys.
Discover gorgeous historic venues and the best party-vibes at The Rocks.
Anieszka embraces her Mauritian roots and experiments with different genres and sounds to create intoxicating and thought provoking beats.
Aya Yves was the birth of a new creative project for Sydney based singer-songwriter Vendulka who has always used music to express her internal exploration. Her music leans on influences of artists like Banks and Tove Lo, combining her candid vulnerability with her experience in folk.
A meticulous producer, songwriter, vocalist and multi-instrumentalist, Chelsea Warner creates forward-thinking R&B, pop and hip-hop.
Pegged as ones-to-watch, EGOISM have won acclaim from industry tastemakers. In 2019, they became triple j Unearthed's 11th most played artists of the year and toured with Pinkish Blu, played at BIGSOUND and were nominated for Song of the Year and Next Big Thing in the FBI SMAC awards.
Happy Axe is a violinist, vocalist and composer currently based in Melbourne. Her songs are delicately constructed from layers of swooning harmonies, lush lyrics and captivating dream pop vibes.
Born to creative parents, Ivy-Jane grew up on the sound of Joni MItchell, David Bowie and Gillian Welch. Drawing inspiration from poets like T.S Eliot, she makes use of dark imagery and gruesome realism.
Jofi creates music that blends acoustic elements with electronic beats and textures, while lyrically drawing upon experiences and life lessons. Her music is influenced by her colourful upbringing, from listening to old family vinyl and fronting pop and rock bands to studying classical composition.
Kcin is the new project of Australian drummer/producer Nicholas Meredith. His sound-world, although wet through with electronic and digital elements, draws significantly from the natural world.
Kintsugi are a the perfect blend of nostalgia city pop, infused with alt rock, punk, early 90s and emo.
Lola Scott is a Sydney musician, songwriter and producer with a distinct blend of 90's grunge, dream-pop and sharp guitar hooks filled with witty lyricism. With a background in classical guitar Scott's acoustic set showcases her musicianship and the vulnerability in her honest lyrics.
Romaeo's ethereal vocals, idiosyncratic lyrics and experimental production have marked her as one-to-watch in Australia's rising Art-Pop scene.
Sarah Levins presents uniquely haunting, country-tinged pop songs with an entrancing sound.
Bringing an earthiness to the ethereal folk to Audio engineering, as well as mixing credits. Seph Cove blurs boundaries with acoustic sounds.
Whether it's playing vibrant DJ sets at locally renowned cultural hotspots or bringing new energy to the airwaves on Triple J, SOLLYY carries his unique flavour and style with him into everything he appears in.
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