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April 6, 2020 DJ Louis La Roche releases song ‘Dive (ft HEDDIE)’

DJ Louis La Roche releases song ‘Dive (ft HEDDIE)’

Prolific DJ, producer, official remixer Louis La Roche has released his track ‘Dive (ft. HEDDIE)’, off of his latest album release titled Saturday Night Griever, via his label Ever After Records. Adding to his volume of work, La Roche has released official remixes for  Basement Jaxx, Aeroplane, Lemaitre, Fred Falke, and BAYNK. The DJ has also been supported on influential Youtube channels including Spinnin Records, Mr Suicide Sheep, Majestic Casual, and Mr Deep Sense. Publications including Mixmag, DJ Mag, Your EDM, Magnetic Mag, and Data Transmission have supported the artist. 

He also has a close relationship with the BBC, being supported through 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 radio play includes Kiss FM, KCRW’s Jason Bentley, and Triple J. La Roche (Brett Ewels) began producing music as young as fourteen years old. He cites influences like Prince, Michael Jackson, James Murphy, Daft Punk, Mylo, Soulwax, Fred Falke, Stuart Price as highly influential to his craft. In his song ‘Dive (ft HEDDIE)’ he follows the 80’s electronic embellishments of some of his musical inspirations and combines sultry lyrics and a contemporary soundscape with a melodic beat. 

Louis La Roche talks about the album,” Saturday Night Griever was written from April 2017 – June 2019. I set out to make this a collaboration record, with vocals on every song. It’s very much a Pop record, which is something I’ve delved in but not fully explored before. All the collaborations were done remotely except one, which was recorded at The Old Hit Factory in London. The albums title and opening track were inspired by what I was reading in 2017 about UK music venues closing, nightclubs struggling and people not going out as much as they used to.”

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