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Multi-Talented Artist Alex Kautz gives us an introspective look Inside His Music

Alex Kautz is an extremely talented artist hailing from Dallas, Texas. Starting his bright career with some captivating covers, Alex built a solid foundation of fans before releasing his stunning debut single “Don’t Turn Out The Lights” in March 2019. Followed up by “Chemical Kids”, Alex Kautz is driven and ambitious and never shows signs of slowing down. His eclectic pieces of music always have creative visuals to match, adding another sense of individuality to everything he releases. More notable covers of his include his sultry rendition of “Wish You Were Gay” by Billie Eilish. Alex’s version might as well be all his own because of the incredible production and original vocals. His most recent single “Bad Habit” is an infectious alternative electronic pop crossover hit that we can’t get enough of! Once again delivering matching visuals to grow stronger connections with his fans, “Bad Habit” gives us an introspective look at Alex’s emotions. 

All of Alex Kautz’s accumulated singles are his way of creating the EP of his dreams. The 25-year-old musician is the epitome of an artist headed to the top. His catchy, relatable songs garner nothing but success and the proof is in the numbers. With almost 30k monthly listeners on Spotify and growing quickly, Alex Kautz is the one to watch! 

Check out his most recent music here and read more below in our exclusive interview! 

Welcome back to BuzzMusic Alex Kautz! What have you been up to since your last release of “Bad Habit”? 

Thank you! Since I released the music video for Bad Habit, I've been hard at work finishing up the rest of my album!

Who has had the biggest influence on your life musically thus far? Can you describe the impact this particular individual has had in terms of your song “Chemical Kids”?

Great question, I go through phases of music the same way as phases in life. But I wrote Chemical Kids with Chris Shelton and his production ability is insane... he can be my "particular individual".

What are some of your ultimate goals as an artist? Are any of these goals currently being put into place/being worked on?

I want all of it and none of it can come soon enough. Trying to manifest a Grammy as we speak.

We absolutely love your latest release! What predominant message was integrated within "Bad Habits"? Can you tell us more about the concept of the music video?

Thanks! I wrote bad habit about a person but compared them to a Bad Habit. I thought if I did it this way my message would be more relatable. We all have Bad Habits... so that was my initial idea & it spiraled out of control from there!

You seem to be an artist that puts more thought into their lyrics than most. What can you tell us about the lyrical depth within your most recent singles?

Not only do I put a lot of thought into my lyrics, but I write full-length essays about them in the blog section of my website. I do the most... always.

Thank you so much for talking with us about your new singles and creative process. Can you describe how your performances feel? Do you enjoy live shows, or do you prefer the actual songwriting process? Also, any live shows coming up in the near future?!

I don't have any live shows plan, but love performing live. Always looking for new opportunities.

What can we expect to see from you next as 2019 comes to an end?

Hopefully, I can get my EP finished! It's a lot of work, but hopefully, I get kudos for trying!



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