About Loud Luxury
Loud Luxury’s Andrew Fedyk and Joe Depace know a thing or two about hypnotic grooves. Not long after the two London, Ontario, friends began making music together in the mid-2010s, their silky future-house touch attracted the attention of artists like Martin Garrix, Armin van Buuren, and Tiësto, who gave them their first breaks. But as they evolved as producers, Loud Luxury came to the realization that the song comes first. That might explain both the versatility of their work as well as the stickiness of their hits. To test themselves, Loud Luxury might try writing in an unfamiliar style, like dancehall. “Then we figure out how to produce it afterward,” Fedyk explained to Apple Music. “We kind of remix our own songs,” said Depace. That approach has yielded some important creative breakthroughs. They’ve fused country with tropical house on the Bryce Vine collaboration “I’m Not Alright” and flirted with indie textures on “Cold Feet”; though they left Canada for LA in 2015, they paid homage to Toronto’s hallowed R&B tradition with the silky “Body,” featuring fellow Los Angeleno brando. Along the way, the duo’s ear for a good hook has netted some seriously high-profile remixes, including Ed Sheeran and Justin Bieber’s “I Don’t Care” and Martin Garrix and Dua Lipa’s “Scared to Be Lonely.” “Starting with a good song makes sure that you’re starting with a really good foundation, and you can go anywhere with it,” said Fedyk. Loud Luxury is living proof of it.
ORIGINLondon, Ontario, Canada