Tuexday, is an emerging alternative artist, songwriter and recording engineer fom right here in Los Angeles. Growing up in the 90's and early 2000's, Tuexday was heavily influenced by artists like Interpol, Oasis, The Smashing Pumpkins, and Third Eye Blind, but has since incorporated elements of pop and electronic music into his songwriting and production. His music is inspired by personal relationships, heartbreak, and the journey to becoming a successful artist in this new-age of music.
“Dance Alone” is an experimental track unlike anything we’ve ever heard before. Tuexday expertly fuses everything from alternative light rock to old school hip-hop. His flawless verses bounce perfectly over the catchy melody and toe-tapping riffs. Don’t let the upbeat and groovy hit fool you, the lyrics are intensely melancholic and emotional. Tuexday has the admirable ability of becoming extremely vulnerable through his lyrics and putting them on display to form unbreakable connections with his fans. Tuexday’s sound is a part of a refreshing new wave in the alternative genre, and as his audience grows, so does his musical creativity and penmanship. We can’t wait to see what he delivers next!
Check out “Dance Alone” here and read more below in our exclusive interview!
Hi Tuexday! Can you start by introducing yourself and telling us more about your launch into music?
Of course. My name is Tuexday, I’m an alternative artist currently residing in Los Angeles. I’ve been a songwriter for a few years now for various genres of music. Recently I decided to start releasing my own brand of alternative rock. So far, the response to it has been awesome.
“Dance Alone” is such an authentic track! How did you come up with it?
I was in my home studio just vibing to the beat and started dancing. I was by myself so I just thought “who cares if I dance alone, I’m having fun”. The concept kind of grew from there. I wanted to make something super upbeat and fun but with lyrics that kind of told a story.
Who are your top three musical influences?
Kid Cudi, Interpol, and anything 80s and 90s.
How do you feel about today’s mainstream music? What makes you stand out?
Today’s mainstream music is good. There seems to be a return to innocence and having fun. Thats what I love about it. I think the biggest thing that makes me stand out is I was pretty much raised on hip-hop music, so my background and image is urban. Alternative music has always been apart of my life but I wasn’t able to really appreciate it until I was able to become more cultured. So when someone sees me, from first glance they may think I make urban music but nope!
What’s next for Tuexday?
Right now I’m focusing on building a nice fan base and getting my music out there. I have a few songs that will be releasing on the major platforms. Videos are being planned as well. But basically, i’m trying to take over L.A.
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