UK music producer Louis La Roche has released his latest work, an album titled “Saturday Night Griever”. The album was recorded via his self-owned record label Ever After Records. La Roche has done official remixes for Basement Jaxx, Aeroplane, Lemaitre, Fred Falke, and BAYNK. He has also been featured on influential Youtube channels like Spinnin Records, Mr Suicide Sheep, Majestic Casual, and Mr Deep Sense.
La Roche has also been supported by the BBC throughout the years with BBC Radio 1’s producers Pete Tong, Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, MistaJam, Kissy Sellout, Benji B, Jaymo & Andy George, Diplo & Friends, Huw Stephens; BBC Radio 2’s Ana Matronic; and BBC Radio Cymru.
Other noteworthy success of La Roche through the years include supporting pop queen Kylie Minogue on her Kiss Me Once Tour. He has a collective Youtube view count of 40 million. His remix for Crystal Bats has over 1.8 million views on Youtube and 23 million streams on Spotify alone. La Roche has been featured on radio stations like Kiss FM, KCRW’s Jason Bentley, and Triple J. He has also made music for Channel 4 television series Skins, as well as composing Canada’s MuchMusic Video Awards theme song.
Brett Ewels(Louis La Roche) was raised in Norwich in the UK. He knew that he wanted to be involved with music production in the early stages of his life. Ewels began dabbling with the drums, guitar, and bass as a start. He purchased his first set of turntables at the age of 12 and would start producing music as young as 14. La Roche has cited influence from a varied bunch of artists, which would explain his varied style. The list includes Prince, Michael Jackson, James Murphy, Daft Punk, Mylo, Soulwax, Fred Falke, Stuart Price. His resulting sound is a combination of the work of The Weeknd, Dimitri From Paris and Michael Jackson.