Louis La Roche (aka Brett Ewels) is a DJ, remixer and producer from London, UK.
He released his third EP 'Super Soaker' in January 2010 on Ever After Records. This followed his debut "The Peach EP" and then his second EP ‘Me & Her’, which gained airplay from Annie Mac, Zane Lowe, Kissy Sell Out and Jaymo & Andy George on Radio1, and led to remix work for artists including Boy Crisis, Grum, Del Marquis, Don Diablo, VV Brown and Team Waterpolo.
His tracks have appeared on compilations from Ministry Of Sound, Modular, Neon and Annie Mac Presents, and on Channel 4’s Skins. He regularly DJs across Europe and America. He was featured as Guardian Music's first 'New Band of The Day' for 2010.
Louis La Roche is currently preparing to release his debut album, "Hello You". On August 2010, Louis premiered a new song titled, "My Turn" on his YouTube page. The song features Yann Destal on vocals. Originally set to be released on September 13, 2010, Louis later confirmed that "My Turn" will not appear on "Hello You" and will be released in the future. However, he is currently set to release his collaboration with Patrick Alavi titled, "Number One" on January 8, 2011. A small preview of the single was released on to YouTube on November 9. Following "Number One", Louis plans to release his first single from "Hello You" as a Double A-Side single in March/April on Ever After Records.