AVAXA plays melodic house and techno until her fingers bleed, leading you through expansive mountainsides and dark corridors. Warm, buttery melodies combine with alluring bass, dark rhythms and clean synth work, to create the immersive AVAXA experience. Drawing influence from the sounds of the natural Australian environment and from years playing at clubs, festivals and in forests, she has cultivated a true appreciation for how electronic music can be enriched by well placed acoustics and atmospheric ambience. AVAXA’s performances have embellished Australia and Europe alongside Ben Böhmer, Deborah De Luca, TAYA, Somersault and Paces, and at festivals such as Ars Electronica, Earth Frequency, Elements, Rabbits Eat Lettuce, Jungle Love, Arcadia and Bigsound. AVAXA has this ever evolving vision that is truly captivating. Purple Sneakers described AVAXA as “one of those enigmatic artists that imbues meaning to every detail as to create a mythology around their music”. Fixed in the search for the modern sound; AVAXA is ever looking forward to see how the aural sphere can be reinvented. Influenced by artists such as Jeremy Olander, ANNA, MHA IRI, Simon Doty, Doppel, Township Rebellion, Joseph Ashworth, John Lead and Julian Wassermann and labels like Recovery Collective, Techgnosis, Anjunadeep, Parquet Recordings, Open Records and Bassic Records. AVAXA also performs a more experimental live set of her original productions, often accompanied by flute or woodwind and a bowed double bass. In addition to this she runs a weekly radio show called Hyperfluid which looks at the spectrum of electronic music with podcast style discussions and uninterrupted sets.