Even at the age of just 21, Melbourne singer/songwriter INDI has a string of noteworthy performances under her belt. In 2012 she performed on Channel 7’s ‘The Morning Show’, and not long after, took out first place in the open division of the Fast Track Singing Showcases (Australia’s largest non-televised singing competition). Recently she was featured on ‘The Voice’ Season 3 blind auditions.

In 2015, INDI signed to Titus Day and the 6 Degrees Group (who also manage Guy Sebastian), and she released her debut EP, co-written with James Roche of Bachelor Girl.

With Freddie Mercury and Alanis Morrisette as her biggest musical influences growing up, INDI had some big footsteps to follow. Captivated by their raw, unleashed vocals and emotion-fuelled performances, she was determined to harness that energy for herself with visceral lyrics and emotions on the frontline. INDI’s new single Should’ve Known Better (this time in collaboration with the songwriter / producer team at Damasta Recordings) does just that. INDI’s distinct synthpop / rock crossover sound can be likened to artists such as Charli XCX, Avril Lavigne, Tove Lo and MØ. With inspiration taken from their edginess and attitude, INDI has created an exciting, innovative sound and style of her own, lyrically unafraid to delve deep when it comes to matters close to her heart.


Valérie was born into a very musical family. Her father, Clency, is a well-known Mauritian singer-songwriter, and her mother Isabelle runs a music entertainment company, so one could say Valérie was born into the business too.

As soon as she was old enough, she accompanied her parents when they toured Mauritius, performing traditional sega song and dance at hotels and resorts all over the country. Singing and performing (even on TV) at a very young age, the music was already in her blood, she quickly picked up the piano and guitar.

In 2007, when her little island got too small for her, she moved to Melbourne, Australia to pursue her passion. Valerie found a band in Melbourne and gigged and toured with them for many years.

Influences: Alicia Keys, Emeli Sandé, Kehlani, Drake, Rihanna


Dennis Sy is an award-winning singer and BMI songwriter and GRAMMY member based in New Jersey, with a vocal quality and style that effortlessly moves across various music genres – from pop, rock, adult contemporary to jazz.

Songs from his 3rd solo album STRONGER THAN BEFORE have garnered multiple nominations and awards from organizations like the Hollywood Music and Media Awards, American Songwriting Awards, Global Music Awards. STRONGER THAN BEFORE and I’VE BEEN SEARCHING, 2 songs from the same album, were also on the 2014 and 2015 GRAMMY ballot.

Such high praise has taken Sy to places few artists ever get the opportunity to visit, such as Carnegie Hall. Over his 23 year career, Sy’s also played stages in Atlantic City, Las Vegas and the Mohegan Sun Casino.

For the single SHINE ON, he has brought together his fellow GRAMMY member friends, Natalie Jean and Darick DDS Spears, to collaborate on a song that delivers a message of positivity and hope in the midst of unrest in today’s social climate.

It speaks of embracing diversity – that we may be different in many ways, from the color of our skin to our cultural sensibilities, but we don’t have to be the same to live harmoniously together. As long as we let what’s inherently good in our hearts “shine through.”

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