Join our coven for an evening of ritual, incantation and song.

Dance to bubbling beats, simmering pop and shimmering swirls of synths unleashed.

Unite in fright, adorned in your spookiest threads and let our songs haunt your head!


Leila, Sickle Honey and Tahi White present to you an evening of contemporary music outside of the ordinary.

Leila is a singer, songwriter, composer, producer and musician. Her music is perhaps best described as experimental or Baroque Pop, combining her eclectic training and influences across contemporary, classical, theatre and operatic music into lush electronic and orchestral arrangements. Leila has written for and worked across bands, choirs, orchestras, operas, ensembles and theatre and performed at venues ranging from the Sydney Opera House to Sydney Biennale. After graduating from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music in 2023, Leila is excited to begin sharing music in anticipation of her debut album. She is passionate about diversity and dissidence (of sonic and personal varieties) and is particularly inspired by magic, literature, history, peculiar women and her cats. Leila is thrilled to welcome you into the world of the Monstrous Feminine. 

Sickle Honey is an Eora-based singer, songwriter, composer and producer whose lush alt-pop songs glitter darkly like an oil slick on a highway. Interested in blurring synthetic and acoustic sounds in a dreamy, distorted, chamber-pop wash to foreground her velvety vocals, Sickle Honey’s music focusses on themes of identity, mental health and femininity.

“Madonna stuns in new selfie.” But you know what’s “better than Madonna?” – Sydney-based artpop artist Tahi White. Raised in a hippy community embedded in the culture and hills of Nimbin, Tahi is no stranger to the eclectic. With an early fascination with music, Tahi recalls singing “private concerts for the faeries in the garden.” Across his 21 years, Tahi has been cultivating his personal musical style, drawing from long-time inspirations such as Kimbra and Santigold, to Caroline Polachek and Sevdaliza. Appropriately, Tahi’s music is anything but typical, with production as lush as the lyrics are pondered, his written narratives painted on a sonically vast canvas.