Brett Ewels, best known by his stage name Louis La Roche, is a producer, remixer and DJ from Norwich, UK. Since springing to prominence in 2008 with his first EP, Louis has continued to release his own productions, building a worldwide fan base along the way. He has toured in countries such as America, Australia, Brazil, Canada, China, Europe, Indonesia and Malaysia and shared the stage with artists such as Kylie Minogue, Armand Van Helden, A-Trak, Aeroplane, and 2ManyDJs.
In addition to his own material, Louis has built up an extensive remix catalogue, officially remixing artists such as Basement Jaxx, Fred Falke, Spiller, Aeroplane, Mike Mago, Don Diablo, VV Brown, Del Marquis (of the Scissor Sisters), Mercury Music Prize winner Speech Debelle and The Supermen Lovers. His tracks have appeared on compilations by Ministry of Sound, Modular, Neon, Hed Kandi, Defected and Annie Mac Presents.
Louis' productions have gained the attention of UK’s BBC radio airwaves receiving airplay from DJs such as Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, Alex Metric, MistaJam, Kissy Sellout, and Benji B.
In addition to radio, Louis has also written music for television, being featured in the Channel 4 series Skins as well as composing the theme song for Canada's MuchMusic Video Awards. Louis La Roche was featured as The Guardian Music's first 'New Band of The Day' for 2010 and also featured as the cover star of the UK music magazine Future Music in 2012.
Always fresh, uplifting and sincere, Louis’ creations are undeniably the product of a intuitive producer who thrives from musical experimentation – ever perfecting his craft, Louis’ debut album is planned for release in 2015 which will showcase his most refined, accessible work to date. Watch this space...