Aïda López / Saidax is a 19-year-old singer-songwriter from Piera (Barcelona) who, with only 6 years old, already showed unusual talent for music and for creating new songs.
However, after a few years of studying modern singing and piano in the village school, he participated with 16 years old in the Rock Campus, alongside young talents from all over Catalonia and professors like Jimmy Piñol (Lax’n’Busto), Toni Xuclà and Joan-Pau Chaves.
Precisely it is in this same campus where she composes one of her first songs that call attention in the social networks “Catch My Breath” and becomes one of the winners of the Campus-Author contest.
Saidax’s debut album is called “No Tears“, and it’s a pop-folk album that contains 9 songs of their own and in English, a version of a track by John Denver and a bonus track in Catalan.
With an enormous compositional and interpretative talent given her youth. The crystal clear, powerful and very personal voice that accompanies it with her piano or ukulele.
In 2017, in addition to releasing her first album, she was also chosen to participate in the La Marató album on TV3 with the song “Quan t’enyoro”.
Saidax is an artist of the present and above all with a great future.
SAIDAX – No tears (CD)
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Saidax is a young singer-songwriter from Piera (Barcelona) who at the age of 18 and by the hand of producer Toni Xuclà has just released the first album “No tears”. This album contains 9 own songs in English, a version of a song by John Denver and a bonus track in Catalan.
Saidax, in addition to singing, is the author / composer of all her songs, and also a great interpreter with ukulele and piano.
Saidax surprises us with its special voice … powerful, delicate and very personal. For the present and with a lot of future.
SAIDAX – No Tears – Many of her songs talk about the rebel singer-songwriter she has inside: “I want to be my authentic self. People try to make you like others and I do not want to be like everyone else. Living behind a mask, in disguise, is the same as losing the authenticity”. – ENDERROCK