LUXXURY – I Need You

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LA based producer/songwriter/DJ LUXXURY follows the success of two previous singles “Breathe (Again)” (1.5 million Spotify streams in first 3 months) and neo-disco classic “Feel the Night” with a new smooth yet dance-able magic hour-tinged love song, “I Need You.”

Singer/Producer/Multi Instrumentalist Blake Robin explains: “It’s the most honest song I’ve ever written, indeed when I sing it live I blush from revealing myself in public so shamelessly. But frankly I’m a bit of an exhibitionist, so it all works out.” On keys once again is Robin’s frequent collaborator Billy Caruso, whose shimmering Rhodes line gives the otherwise upbeat dance song an aching, melancholy tone. Guest bassist Joe Karnes from Fitz and the Tantrums gives Robin’s original bassline a punch in the gut, elevating it to disco funk heaven.

In 2013, LUXXURY started to release a series of unofficial remixes called “LUXXURY edits” using only original multitrack stems for a number of famous songs including Eagles’ “Hotel California”, Duran Duran’s “Girl on Film”, and many more. As a result of the attention he received (Wall Street Journal, LA Times, Vice etc.) he began to get commissioned remix work from artists such as Greg Wilson, Melanie Martinez, Slow Knights, and Fitz & The Tantrums.

In 2016, Luxxury released a series of singles, appeared on NBC’s Last Call with Carson Daly, and getting support from outlets as Majestic Casual, Spin, and Complex. The group also streamed more than 2 million streams in one year, achieving more than 200k monthly listeners on Spotify.

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Posted on May 10, 2017, in music and tagged . Bookmark the permalink. Leave a comment.

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