Louis Svitek

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Louis Svitek is an American musician and former guitarist for a number of bands including M.O.D., Ministry, Pigface, Mind Funk, The Hollow steps and Project .44. His work can also be found in many movie soundtracks such as The Matrix and Blue Hill Avenue.

WuLi Records[edit]

Louis Svitek and partner Ryan McGuire founded their own recording studio and independent record label, "WuLi Records", in Chicago, IL. WuLi Records is responsible for discovering Chicago's acts such as The Redd, 2 Unique, Young Inno, The Waking, and American Idol 2010 winner Lee DeWyze.[1] Prior to Idol, Louis Svitek was part of the Lee DeWyze Band that also included Ryan McGuire and Jeff Henderson.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ "WuLi Records". WuLi Records. Retrieved 2016-07-17. 
  2. ^ "American Idol winner Lee Dewyze, discovered by Louis Svitek from Wuli Records - Audio Player - Audio". RadioLIVE.co.nz. Retrieved 2016-07-17. 

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