Reviews

 

*Galore Magazine

PREMIERE: NUEX HAS A PARTY WE WISH WE WERE INVITED TO

BY: ANGIE PICCIRILLO

"If you aren’t a believer in “all things happen for a reason,” then you should take a listen to NUEX’s debut single, “Lights Off,” just so that you can see with your own eyes that serendipitous things actually happen in real life. Singer Camille met long-time musician Teddy at a rando cafe (with the help of Craigslist) where they spent hours talking about music, and eventually formed the group together.They’ve begun building a following with their music and spell-binding performances, having opened for Broods and Junior Boys over the past year, and now, have released their pretty sick and mesmerizing video for “Lights Off.”  The tune is dreamy and chill, but still has vibes that makes you wanna dance — and the video features a dreamy party that we only wish we were invited to."
 

*Saint Heron

PREMIERE: NUEX MAKE THEIR MUSICAL DEBUT WITH THEIR REFRESHING “LIGHTS OFF” SINGLE

By: Makeda Sandford

"Making their way into the spotlight with their debut single “Lights Off,” the two exhibit the obvious beauty of their collaborative talents. Their airy, fresh sounds depict their cohesive inspirations and vision."

 

*So Gutsy

New Music: NUEX – “Lights Off”

By: Aurora Fowlkes 

"An outer-worldly duo group is making a name for themselves in the music realm of ethereal pop, appropriately known as NUEX.  The two combined their passion for a creative sound, and out came the electric, up-beat gem that is “Lights Off” – a project that took 18 months in the making.  “Lights Off” exudes a vibe that will get you up and moving with it’s eclectic sound."

 

As Seen in

*Washington Post

This pop-up concert series brings indie music to unexpected places

By: Wesley Yin

"Next came NUEX, an electronic pop duo that has performed at two other Sofar shows. The band added an extra song to their set to get the crowd worked up. “This one’s ‘Diana,’” Camille Michelle Gray, NUEX’s singer, said, introducing the song. “It’s about a gold-digging b---- that I knew.”

*On Tap

Sofar Sounds Brings Intimate Live Music Experience to DC

BY: Monica Alford

"When it comes to local artists, Holladay gushes about the amount of talent in the District. While it’s hard to name just a few local Sofar performers that have stood out to him recently, he has no problem rattling off an enthusiastic list that includes queerpop artist Be Steadwell, American roots singer-songwriter Lauren Calve, ethereal pop duo NUEX and dynamic pop band Shaed (formerly The Walking Sticks). "

 

 

 

*Made in the district

DMV ARTIST ON THE RISE: NUEX

bY: aNGELIE BENN

"We spoke to indie pop act NUEX about how they met, their favorite performance, and how they made their way to this year’s SXSW. Read below for more from Camille of NUEX"

 

 

 

 

 

*The untitled podcast

 

*washington life magazine