Sadie Nix is an up-and-coming pop/alternative artist currently based in Brighton. With a mature, confident style and a refreshing perspective, she is quickly becoming one of the most exciting new names in the music industry!
Sadie started writing and singing at an early age but her life took a different path from music and as such Sadie’s career as an artist has only just recently been born out of the pandemic. During the downtime of quarantine Sadie was able to take the time to truly focus on writing and recording her own music.
Starting her music career at the age of 38 means that Sadie Nix’s music has a distinct maturity and confidence to it. Her lyrics have a genuine and authentic feel that adds a unique depth to her music. Her age also allows her to draw on a lifetime of experiences, opening up a wide breadth of topics, themes, and messages for her music to explore.
As a result, her music will truly resonate with those who are looking for a deeper, more authentic sound than anything else in the industry, and with those who are listening to enjoy music at its purest.
How long have you been creating music?
I started when I was about 7, but really started getting back into it about 2 years ago.
Do you have a preferred genre?
I love all genres of music.
Tell us about your latest song, EP, or album.
This is my debut single, which is really about making hard choices because they are the right thing for you to do, even if it means hurting or leaving someone else behind.
What do you enjoy most about being a musician?
It is such an amazing outlet for when you are feeling stressed or need to say something, there is always a way you can do it, it is very threaputic.
Playing live or recording in studio? Do you have a preference?
They are both so different, there is something magical that happens in the studio from a creative perspective but you can never beat being in front a live audience.
Do you have a preference… vinyl records, cassettes, CDs, or downloads?
Would you like to travel to other countries to perform your music? If so, what would be your first stop?
Yes of course, it would have to be Cape Town, which is my happy place!
Are you currently working on any projects we should look out for?
I am finishing up my debut album which should be dropping in May!