Over the past few months, we've really watched UK producer Brett Ewels come into his own as Louis La Roche. Remixing, reconstructing and re-visualizing classic and contemporary pop music is where he's really found his niche, teaching music fans like us to not judge a book by its cover, or that cheesy boy band's pop track by its radio play. With the right adjustments and the help of La Roche, we'll all eventually realize that good music is just good music.
Well today we've got an exclusive first listen to his next official remix, but this time it's not of a Top 40 track that we'd judge at first glance. It's of Austin's Max Frost's viral sensation "White Lies" that later inspired his EP release from last year, Low High Low. The remix transforms what was once an upbeat blues and indie-inspired alternative track into a bubbly, energized track following in the footsteps La Roche has been taking toward deeper tropical house production. Check out the remix below, and make sure to look out for its official release on Atlantic Records as a part of the White Lies Remixes release, featuring others from The Soundmen, The Tailors and Not No, due out June 3rd.
"White Lies" (Louis La Roche Remix)
- June 2, 2014