Luxxury (birth name Blake Robin), formerly known as Baron von Luxxury , is an American producer, songwriter, DJ and artist. His first songs included "Drunk," which was used in commercials for Pontiac; "Sweet and Vicious," which was used on The Hills; and "I Know There's Something Going On," a cover of a song by Frida from ABBA. In addition to being the sole songwriter and producer for that band, he is a touring DJ as well as being an in-demand producer, remixer and songwriter formerly under contract with Razor and Tie Music Publishing for whom he has cowritten songs for artists including Vanessa Daou and Little Boots, as well as the song "If That's Love" (co-written with Jesse Owen Astin and Bonnie McKee), which was featured on the CSI: Miami episode, "Show Stopper". He was also a co-founder of the now defunct MP3 blog Disco Workout. Luxxury's 2012 full-length album "The Last Seduction" was released on Manimal Vinyl and featured songs about his friendsTheresa Duncan and Jeremy Blake. The album received strong reviews and made it to several "best of 2012" lists, including that of Duran Duran's John Taylor. In 2013 he began releasing an series of unofficial remixes called "LUXXURY Edits" using "(mostly) only original multitrack stems" for a number of famous songs including Eagles' "Hotel California",Duran Duran's "Girls on Film" and many more. As a result of the attention received he began to get commissioned remix work from artists including Greg Wilson, Melanie Martinez, Slow Knights and others. A new as-yet untitled album of originals moving away from "the synths and Moroder-y stuff from my earlier records" to "1979-style Rhodes piano, funky bass, vintage sounding beats and dreamy floaty vocals: Bee Gees meets Todd Terje" was announced in late 2015; the first single "Take it Slow" premiered on January 19, 2016.