ALZZY is the artistic project of Melbourne-based, 21-year-old singer/songwriter, Alyssa Allet. Uniquely blending sounds of neo-soul, indie-pop, RnB, jazz, and folk, ALZZY transcends genre boundaries, creating a sonic identity that packs a punch.
“With captivating depth and age in her tone, ALZZY is full of more soul and grit than meets the eye”, says MUSO (live entertainment booking platform).
Born in Southeast Melbourne, Australia, into a family of musicians and music lovers, Alyssa found an appreciation for music at a young age, and soon began vocal training at the Jaanz International Singing Academy, where she, for 15 years, learnt the fundamentals of vocal technique and emotion-centred singing.
Throughout the years, she further advanced her musical abilities through learning guitar and writing songs which sparked her love for the creative intricacies of music.
In 2017, ALZZY released her debut EP, ‘Find My Way’, which centres around the thoughts and life experiences of her 15-year-old-self and features songs written with Fatai and MSquared Productions.
Since the EP, ALZZY has dedicated her time to developing a live performance presence across Melbourne’s live music scene. From appearances at The Night Cat, Hotel Esplanade, Ronald McDonald House and Toyota events, to festivals including St Kilda, Frankston, and Forest Edge, she has captivated crowds with her unique covers & compelling original music.
Parallel to performing, Alyssa is currently working as a songwriter in numerous capacities.
She has recently signed a publishing deal with Universal Music Publishing Group and Left Hand Publishing and has also written for the Women of Soul Collective.
Alyssa currently runs ‘The Songwriter’s Hub’ within the Jaanz International Singing Academy, working as a songwriting coach for many up-and-coming Australian artists. She is also in her final year of a Bachelor of Music degree, specialising in Composition and Music Technology.
Alyssa constantly challenges herself to push the boundaries and discover new ways of building her craft and cultivating her artistry, in the hope that those who listen to her music would be inspired, encouraged, and challenged to realise their own potential.