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As the momentum continues to build around Calvin Harris and Ellie Goulding’s ‘I Need Your Love’, British nu-disco extraordinaire Brett Ewels, better known as Louis La Roche, is the latest producer to offer up his rendition of the hit record. Switching Harris’ instrumental work for the lazy disco stylings of Ewels, Louis La Roche treats the original and Goulding’s distinct vocals with respect with a remodel that ticks the boxes of a truly sophisticated feel-good track.

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In a long overdue to the original production front, Aeroplane combines forces with Chicago House veteran Jamie Principle for ‘In Her Eyes’. But where the original engages in the atmospherics of vintage nu-disco, Louis La Roche and mysterious duo Tiger and Woods are on hand to bat for the remix package in the name of forward-thinking music.

Back on remix duty after putting a deep House twist on Justin Bieber’s ”As Long As You Love Me,” Norwich’s Louis La Roche embraces his more down tempo mindset for a sophisticated 114 BPM sweep of thoroughbred Electronica over the soothing properties of ‘In Her Eyes’, leaving just enough room for Tiger and Woods to lay down a bouncy number of synth rolls and rerunning vocal loops throughout.

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Back on remix duty after putting a deep House twist on Justin Bieber’s ”As Long As You Love Me,” Norwich’s Louis La Roche embraces his more down tempo mindset for a take on the upcoming single from Belgium’s Aeroplane and Chicago House pioneer Jamie Principle. Complementing the original’s melodic lead play with a sophisticated sweep of thoroughbred Electronica, Louis La Roche’s latest divergent remix sees him flex his instrumental muscles for a 114 BPM breeze over the soothing properties of ‘In Her Eyes’.

Out November 5 via AeroPop Records.

Under his potent Louis La Roche moniker, Norwich’s Brett Ewels makes his return to mainstream remix duties for his most daring effort to date, reinterpreting a single off of Justin Bieber’s third studio album.

Armed with his own vintage House sound, Ewels’ remix of the hotly discussed teenage heartthrob sees the ‘As Long As You Love Me’ single take a turn for the deeper realms of Dance music. Pitting ardent grooves and stiff lead play alongside the dissected top line of Bieber’s original chart-pleaser, Louis La Roche makes respectable ground for this pop/club transition of controversial properties.

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Under his potent Louis La Roche moniker, Norwich’s Brett Ewels makes his return to mainstream remix duties for his most daring effort to date, reinterpreting a single off of Justin Bieber’s third studio album.

Armed with his own vintage House sound, Ewels’ remix of the hotly discussed teenage heartthrob sees the ‘As Long As You Love Me’ single take a turn for the deeper realms of Dance music. Pitting ardent grooves and stiff lead play alongside the dissected top line of Bieber’s original chart-pleaser, Louis La Roche makes respectable ground for this pop/club transition of controversial properties.

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With organic Electro cuts reaching an all time peak in popularity for 2012, Norwich’s Brett Ewels embraces his Louis La Roche moniker to take on British indie rock band Noisettes’ ‘Winner’ to extend the genres already victorious spree. Already charged with feel-good energy throughout, the Ewels lace seamless beats with uplifting surges of synth work to affirmatively utilise the originals distinct vocal stylings. Rallying intense melodic progressions throughout, Louis La Roche emerges as one of the more potent examples of Electro enthusiasm to touch the mainstream remix circuit this year.

Masters of the new classic turned fashionable Electronic outlet Kitsuné have never been a predictable asset to Europe’s forward thinking club assets. But in a bid to extend their already extensive back catalogue of quality music from across the spectrum, the full-bloomed summer season sees the French imprint bring aboard homeland Electro maestro Fred Falke and New York duo The Knocks to don their studio wizardry to the original of Kitsunes quite possibly most hotly tipped release of the year.

With a sound scope ranging from the playful stylings of the original right through to Aylen’s considerably heavier interpretation, the ‘Geronimo EP’ ditches the straight up House grooves to collect one of the most fluid and forward-thinking EP’s to have touched Electronic music this year. While Louis La Roche ups the ante of the more comfortable original with familiar heavyset edge and strong melodic ornamentation, Finnish prodigy Lenno wraps it up with another stellar example of his signature sound of perky middle-ground fuzz. Despite the strong French hallmarks that pervade this modern package, the ‘Geronimo EP’ is a strong indicator that amid the 21st century swell in club culture, the positive universal footsteps within the industry have not been limited to European Progressive House.

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While the stereotype goes that France remain the untimely key holders to fine Electro House, Norwich’s Brett Ewels has always had other ideas. Under his potent Louis La Roche moniker, the Kitsuné approved club monger takes on the sturdy studio work of New York’s The Knocks and Parisian favourite Fred Falke.

Amid the familiar heavyset edge and strong melodic ornamentation that the imprint have become renowned for, Ewels successfully raises the bar on an already potent club grinder with a strong take on the handy work of two of Electro’s most sought after artists. Despite the strong French hallmarks that pervade this modern gem, Louis La Roche is a strong indicator that amid the 21st century swell in club culture, the positive universal footsteps with the industry have not been limited to European Progressive House.

Released July 23.

The Knocks & Fred Falke – Geronimo (Louis La Roche Remix)

Words by Dan Carter

At the heart of every genre lies a crate of unforgettable classics to which the world always seems to circle back towards. But from the unsuspecting British town of Norwich Brett Ewels embraces his Louis La Roche moniker to give a host of grassroots House classics a very 21st century twist. Rather than dispersing the original tracks untimely vibes with eccentric dub step wobbles and dodgy sampling, Ewel embraces the natural energy and divine harmonic properties with the utmost respect. While DJ Falcon’s ‘Honeymoon’ receives a sturdy injection of solid beat work, the ardent grooves and stiff lead play of Le Knight Club’s ‘Nymphae Song’ are taken to the max with inherently strong grooves.

Cheek’s ‘Sunshine People’ may be one of the most over-sampled House gems of its decade, but Ewel successfully extends the infamy with tantalising grooves and a rather sizeable low-end framework. His efforts, though nothing new, make for arguably the best remake to date. Finishing off with a nod to Bel Amour’s self-titled classic, this sun kissed remix is a worthy extension of the original Balearic House vibes that swept the world off its feet so many years ago. With so much progression doing the rounds in Electronic Dance Music, Louis La Roche’s latest EP is a confident step backwards to remember where the magic found its feet.

Words by Dan Carter

Based out of London, Brett Ewels, professionally known as Louis La Roche, has come to star as an essential French house export from England over the past few years. Despite being merely 21 years old, the triumphs of Louis La Roche can be traced back as far as early 2008 and are responsible for causing some serious impact on the French house scene ever since. Having recurringly shown indications of a great deal of talent and versatility, Ewels is back for his first outing in 2012, taking it upon himself to give Riva Starr and Fatboy Slim’s Get Naked a proper revamp. While the original has seen steady support jetting in from the likes of Pete Tong among others, the Louis La Roche interpretation reflects upon a significantly funkier and more summerish appeal as well as a clever use of the distorted vocals of Beardyman.

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