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Hollywood, California, United States

Hollywood, California, United States
Band Pop EDM


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"Industry Quotes & Reviews"

Greg Wells (Grammy nominated producer/writer for Katy Perry, One Republic, Adele, and Mika)
>Called RAUX a "more aggressive Pet Shop Boys 2011"
>Said RAUX music represented "something that doesn't exist in the current marketplace"

Evan Bogart (Writer for Beyonce, Rihanna, Jennifer Lopez, Enrique Iglesias)
>Said the chorus of “Love Gun” “definitely has hit potential”
>Stating: "strong melodies drive the track"
>Applauded RAUX’s song “Rocket” saying he "Loved the edgyness" (sic) of the writing

Rob Fusari (Producer/Writer Lady Gaga’s "Paparazzi", Destiny's Child's "Bootylicious")
>Stated: "Love Gun" has "significant hit radio potential"
>Called it a “strong song!!”

Steve Stewart (musical veteran/manager who’s artists have sold over 20 million records worldwide)
>Said RAUX’s “production is spot on” saying the “Vocal, track, tempo, and feel are all 100%”
>Stating “Rocket” “has huge club potential”
>He went on to say that RAUX “are obviously very talented and have mastered this (pop) environment”

David Hodges (Grammy winner/writer for Evanescence, Kelly Clarkson, David Achuletta)
>Scored RAUX’s song “Love Gun” “4 out of 5 stars” for “hit potential”

Jacob Kasher (Writer of Britney Spears “Inside Out”, Ke$ha’s #1 Song “We R who we R”, Cobra Starships “Good Girls Gone Bad”, Selena Gomez’s “Round & Round”)
>Praised RAUX’s “Catchy” melodies and daring lyrics

Melvin Brown (Founder of Konvict Muzik)
>Gave RAUX’s production "4 out of 5 Stars"

Tom Coyne mastering legend (John Lennon, Britney Spears, Ke$ha, Robyn, Taio Cruz, etc)
>Said "Rocket" was a "great, great record"
>Saying “Rocket” “has the perfect vibe" - RAUX


Still working on that hot first release.



RAUX (pronounced Rocks) is a Pop Electro duo that originated in Seattle, Washington as part of the new wave of artists coming out of the dance pop music scene in the late 2000s. The duo is composed of lead singer, Jennis Marrical Coats, and producer, Caleb Raux. Together, Jennis and Caleb write and produce all of their own material. Despite the newness of the band, RAUX has already garnered attention and critical acclaim. Grammy nominated producer Greg Wells (Katy Perry, Adele, Pink, One Republic, Mika) called RAUX's sound a "more aggressive Pet Shop Boys 2011". Inspired by musical masterminds Dr. Luke and Max Martin, the duo crafts songs that push boundaries through innuendos, double entendres, metaphors, and sarcasm.

Jennis, lead vocals, hails from Nashville, TN and comes from a line of seasoned songwriters and musicians. Jennis calls his style “folk-rock vocals with a gospel-blues heart”. Heavily influenced by his mother's blues sound (the first Caucasian country-blues female artist signed to MoTown Records) and his father’s hard rock roots (Driver, A&M Records). Jennis has extensive classical training honed while touring as part of an award winning a capella jazz ensemble.

Caleb, production/vocals, hails from Seattle, WA. Growing up in San Francisco he was exposed to the early rave circuit and developed an affinity for electronic music. Classically trained on the violin since a young age he began playing in grunge bands at age 10 rotating between drums, mandolin, bass guitar, and vocals. By age 14 he was producing electro tracks for his own west coast DJ sets and began building what would later become his own full-scale recording studio. During a decade of playing the underground dance circuit he honed his production and performance skills.