Sciarra is an alt-pop artist and songstress originally from Anaheim, CA now based in Nashville, TN. At age 8, she started auditioning for theater productions which grew her love for performing and singing. In her free time, she loved writing poetry and taught herself piano which sparked her interest in songwriting. As a teenager, she decided to try putting melodies to the poetry she was writing and started creating her own songs. She immediately fell in love with the process and took the songs to a producer in her hometown who helped put together her first EP. Her songs received attention from several labels and she was given the opportunity to write for their artists which resulted in her first theme song placement on Dancing with the Stars and another featured spot on Basketball Wives.
After focusing in pop for many years, she discovered her love for electronic music after attending her first music festival which lead her to start an electronic project. She released several singles that were dance oriented under another alias.
While she was creating music for her electronic project she started writing songs for TV/Film and experimenting with
different genres of music. She then found herself inspired the most by the cinematic sound and emotional progressions. It wasn't new to her as she grew up figure skating and doing programs to classical artists such as Bach. She decided she was ready for a new direction and took a hiatus.
Sciarra's latest songs bring a refreshing perspective to the music scene crafting genre-blurring anthems. They bridge the gap between indie electronica and dark alternative pop including haunting vocals, heavy drums, ethereal melodies, and cinematic elements. Her inventive records have allowed her to to avoid labels and result in a fanbase that spans the indie electronic, pop, and dance genres.
Sciarra's mission is to create music that explores the complexities and contradictions of human emotions, delving into the darker aspects of the human experience. She strives to challenge listeners with thought-provoking lyrics and evocative soundscapes. Sciarra's goal is to provoke, inspire and empower through her art. She hopes to create a community of like-minded people who can relate to the darker aspects of life and find solace in the music.
Sciarra's music has most recently been supported by labels such as Strange Fruits label (Hinky), Artist Intelligence Agency, and Riptide Music. It also has been supported by tastemakers including: Billboard, Rollingstone, Flaunt, Popdust, Popmuzik, Dancing Astronaut, KTLA 5, Alternative Addiction, and Clout. She was also apart of the International Songwriting Contest and was a semi-finalist two years in a row. Her music has also made its way on to various TV shows on networks such as Freeform, FOX, Lifetime, ABC, as well as writing for major artists such as Tyla Yaweh.
Following her music success, she has built a fanbase of over 300k and has gained 30 million views on Tiktok with her own videos and music. This has guided her endeavors as an entrepreneur doing campaigns with major brands such as Batiste, Clarins, Dyson, Sunday Riley, Trident, Afterpay, Chi Haircare and being named one of the Top 50 Creators by Afluencer. She also has been brought on as a partner for Facebook Reels, Tiktok Live Streaming, and Youtube Shorts where she has reached over 850k views so far.