Describing their sound as “deep house with a shot of tequila,” Los Angeles-based Canadian duo Loud Luxury make bright, ecstatic dance-pop with wistful lyrics, inspired by Disclosure, the Weeknd, and Calvin Harris.
Andrew Fedyk and Joe De Pace met as students in London, Ontario, and began making music together in 2012. They started posting remixes and original tracks online, and within a few years the pair had gained support from DJs such as Tiësto and Oliver Heldens.
Fedyk and De Pace moved to Los Angeles in 2015 and began touring more extensively, opening for artists like Arty and Dimitri Vegas & Like Mike. A collaboration with Borgeous titled “Going Under” was released in 2016, followed by “Fill Me In” and “Show Me,” both issued by Tiësto’s AFTR:HRS imprint.
Loud Luxury also garnered attention with their remix of Martin Garrix’s “Scared to Be Lonely,” as well as their single “Body” (featuring brando), which was issued by Armada Music in 2017 and charted in both the United States and Canada. The following year, they paired with Anders for the single “Love No More.” The duo charted another hit with 2019’s “I’m Not Alright,” which saw them working with rapper Bryce Vine.
In the first part of 2020, Loud Luxury issued the EP Nights Like This.