It all started when three cousins and two friends got together to play rock & roll in a poster-plastered basement in Northampton, Massachusetts, surrounded by stacks of NRBQ, J.J. Cale and Tom Pett records. Embedded in the Connecticut Rver Valley that legends including Dinosaur Jr. and Pixies call home, LuxDeluxe builds on the valley’s history of musical innovation. Churning out high-octane shows that leave audiences sweaty, LuxDeluxe delivers a serious punch of supple Rolling Stones-y grooves, persuasive danceable hooks, and rock-solid old-fashioned craft. Flaunting like Jagger, with all the sensuality of Bowie, lead singer Ned King creates a spectacle rarely seen since the heyday of rock & roll.
Comprised completely of songs tracked with vintage equipment on a Tascam Four Track Cassette Recorder and mixed at SpiritHouse Music Studios in Northampton, Lux Deluxe's most recent album "Let's Do Lunch" puts the listener amongst the band during late-night recording sessions, at the center of the synchronicity only family can create.