Australian singer/songwriter Ayla has achieved incredible things in her short time on the planet. In 2014, at just 18 years of age, Ayla released “Wish I Was” which immediately gained attention with Australian radio. The end of 2014 saw “Wish I Was” come in at #15 on Triple J’s most played list; as well as gaining traction with European radio, resulting in a distribution deal with EGO Records in Italy (Emma Louise, The Jezabels). “Wish I Was” became a remix staple in parts of Europe resulting in millions of Soundcloud and Spotify hits – her unique and beautiful vocal delivery was instantly attractive to club DJs and remix artists including Spada and Zwette. Her next two singles “Waiting” and “When The World Ends” also picked up high rotation on triple j. Ayla then released her first EP “When The World Ends” and toured Australia  twice. In 2016 Ayla performed at Woodford and The Big Pineapple Festivals, supported Kate Miller Heidke on her national tour. Her new single “Like The Other Kids” will be released in September 2016 and Ayla will tour nationally to support it.


Stalwart singer-songwriter Asha Jefferies has been turning her passion into a reality with a little help from a trusty guitar and way too much black coffee. Despite only recently graduating high school, Jefferies has showcased her eclectic folk/roots songs around QLD at the Byron Bay Bluesfest, Woodford Folk Festival and Mullumbimby Music Festival. She was also nominated as a finalist in this year's Queensland Music Awards. Jefferies spent time on the road last year supporting Ella Hooper and has opened the show for many other artists such as Hayden Calnin, Robbie Miller, Thelma Plum and Garrett Kato.






Australian Rock, Roots & Alt-Country music had a major influence on Ruby Gilbert's early years growing up in South-East Queensland. Ruby is quickly gaining a reputation for writing dark and brutally honest songs of loss, heartbreak and hardship. Already getting to be a well-known figure on the Australian Country Music scene, Ruby performs at major music festivals around the country. Her strong songwriting ability and exquisite vocal delivery will doubtless ensure the Ruby becomes a star performer.




TØBI is a sassy yet mysterious artist/producer who makes bold decisions with her work, taking the reins and front seat in 2017 to revolutionize the industry. Only extremely fresh to the scene, she has already landed herself a plethora of gigs in Queensland and is currently in works on her debut EP scheduled for later this year. Formerly a singer/ songwriter, she was often left unsatisfied when handing her music over to be produced by someone else, this strongly encouraged her to take matters into her owns hands and began producing music on her own. TØBI not only be an identity, but a way of life, a movement in the next generation of producing within a male dominated industry. Big things to come!




Twelve Past Midnight are your new indie-rock cure. They capture the heart of modern popular music and seamlessly create their own fun blend of indie rock and pop. Piecing together influences from bands like The 1975, Catfish and The Bottlemen and The Last Dinosaurs, these four Brisbane heartaches have been blowing up venues like Black Bear Lodge (Salt Lines Launch), QPAC and Max Watt’s as well as Gold Coast’s established Night Quarter. With an almost too sweet of a line-up, consisting of lead vocalist Jordan Pineda (QMA 2016), Ryan Brook (lead guitar), Alex Cremin (Bass) and Aidan Salvador (Drums) - These four boys, now turned men, are the culmination of your music library.