Find Your Light, Louie Rubio tarafından mutlu ve sakin playlistler için üretilmiş Electronica türünde bir parçadır. Monarch Records etiketiyle 04.08.2023 tarihinde yayına girdi.
Louie’s new indie single “Find Your Light” grabs you from the start with its sardonic opening line: “You kill yourself just to make a living”. The salvo plays over the backdrop of Louie’s stripped-down 60s Fender Bass and drum groove, seamlessly plunging you into a pre-chorus inspired by 80s cassette-era indie hymns. The song then lifts you to the hook where a West African Crelicam acoustic guitar cascades through a tweed amplifier. We then close, gracefully winding down as a chordal Fender Bass VI dances in harmony with an upright piano, culminating in a beautiful epilogue.
Thematically the song follows a disenchanted protagonist escaping the Escher-like labyrinth of workaholic careerism and the status quo. They’re ready to relinquish control, opting out in search of something redemptive while invoking the plea: “God come save us”. As with his first two singles, Louie followed his DIY ethos: writing, recording, and mixing everything alone in his LA studio.
Earmilk calls Louie a “multi talented instrumentalist” with a “diverse and thorough skillset normally reserved for full stage bands of 6+ members” that can blend genres from “every decade since the 70s”. The New York Times, Variety, and Complex say he’s a “Successful music producer and writer” and “Seasoned act” that isn’t “even signed”. Vice and XXL say Louie can “churn out big records”; “the results make you smile”.
Louie Rubio is an indie singer and multi-instrumentalist from LA. Louie’s first 2 singles “Mar y Sol” and “Heart of Gold” were both #1 on Submithub with 35 #ReallyGoodBlogger points (including a Spotify Editorial playlist placement on “Fresh Finds”). The studio has been used by the likes of Post Malone, Louis Bell, Justin Tranter, Bonnie McKee and more. The result is a cohesive and personal sound that layers his smooth vocal textures over upbeat guitars and yacht grooves. Imagine Tame Impala vs Steve Lacy, with a dash of Pharrell for good measure.