Born into a family of musicians, Ludovic traded in his trumpet for a guitar at the age of 12, influenced by Bryan Adams, Queen, Toto, Peter Gabriel and all the music of the 1980s and 1990s that he loves so much.
Over the years, he’s been a part of many projects, and accompanied international artists including Gregg Bissonette, Dave Weckl, Bobby Kimball and Tanya Michelle Smith, while also becoming known as a product specialist/demonstrator for Fender, Bose, Line6/Yamaha and Fibenare.
Ludovic’s first self-produced album, the mostly instrumental Afrodiziak, was released in 2013. The arrival of The View Inside in 2020 marked his debut as a full fledged lead singer.
A self taught musician, Julien began playing piano in the early 1990s at the age of 16. Passionate about music and heavily influenced by African rhythms, he quickly went professional, accompanying artists like Pablo Villafranca, William Baldé, Clarika, Christophe Maé, The Gypsy Kings, Tina Arena and Gilberto Gil. Over the years, several contestants on the show “The Voice” have also called on his unique feel for the groove.
Various circumstances such as his endorsement with Yamaha have led him to regularly share the stage with renowned drummers such as Dave Weckl, Larnell Lewis, Nicolas Viccaro, Simon Phillips and Gregg Bissonette. In 2017, Julien began playing with the group Hyleen, accompanying them on their world tour.
A California native formerly based in the San Francisco Bay Area, Matt is best known for his engineering work on a string of gold and platinum records in the 1990s.
After learning to sweep floors at San Francisco’s semi-legendary Hyde Street Studios, Matt had the good fortune to be hired as a staff engineer for producer Narada Michael Walden. He went on to engineer and mix for other successful producers including Louis Biancaniello and Corrado Rustici before taking a lengthy break in the 2000s.
In 2010, Matt formed Hypostatic Records in order to promote the kind of intelligent, melodic rock and pop he has always been partial to.