LLR remixes The Tribe of the Good’s ‘Turning It Up For The Sunshine’

Head over to Data Transmission to check out the new Louis La Roche remix of ‘Turning It Up For The Sunshine’, the new single from London-based music collective The Tribe Of Good.

The track features 100% authentic 70s recording equipment, with a full live string and brass sections and amazing disco guitar from Jamiroquai’s Rob Harris.

New LLR single with Mylo on KCRW!

Be sure to tune into KCRW tonight (May 19th) from 10pm PST. Jason Bentley has got the world exclusive first play of 'Lovers', the new Louis La Roche & Mylo single! Listen online, tune into 89.9 MHz FM or download the KCRW app.

‘Lovers’ is released May 25th on Ever After Records.

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Legendary Scottish producer Mylo has made a surprise return after a 14-year hiatus, having not released an original production since his critically acclaimed 2004 album ‘Destroy Rock & Roll’.

He’s teamed up with UK Nu Disco producer Louis on a new single titled 'Lovers'

Described by Louis as “a mix between the Italo Disco sound and 90’s House music.”
‘Lovers’ marks Mylo’s return to the dance music world with the combination of 80’s synth stabs, Disco arps and a catchy vocal loop stating ‘Let’s be lovers tonight’, all working together to create a nostalgic, yet modern take on the Nu Disco sound.

“When I was 14, Mylo was a huge hero of mine. He’s partly the reason I got into making music in the first place,” explains Louis. “I reached out to him and got a lovely email back inviting me down to his home in London.”

“I pulled up this basic loop I’d written and we spent the next 2 days writing new parts,
messing around with key changes and it turned into a big jamming session. It doesn’t follow trends or aim for a club sound, it’s rough and ready, but that’s what I love about it.”