Louder House Project is the umbrella name for Brian Bayley’s studio recording projects. Louder House Project (LHP) as a name was derived from Bayley’s past experiences as a producer and recording engineer. “It always seemed the later at night it got, the louder the client wanted to hear their playback – regardless – in the phones, or in the room” says Bayley. “Louder, Louder, Louder,” claims Bayley, “the clients would continue to ask thru the early morning hours of production.” Therefore, Bayley coined his time at the recording studio as his time at the “Louder House.”
When Bayley switched to the other side of the glass to write and perform his own music, it then became Bayley’s studio project(s), A.K.A. Louder House Project.
Bayley’s studio production is different than most artists, as Bayley is the drummer. “Being the drummer as an artist is a very lonely place,” jokes Bayley. LHP then requires a multitude of supporting musicians and talents to properly execute the vision of the song. Each song in itself has a different origin of writers, genres and dynamics. Be it the most redneck chicken-pickin’ of country music, to the heaviest head-banging of metal music, Bayley will round up friends, guests, hired guns, and whoever it is that fits the part, to record the songs.
And the LHP songs are all over the place. Bayley writes and performs country, rock, southern rock, metal, and even a rhythm n blues song here and there. Bayley states that his first albums were RUSH, that made him want to be a musician, and KISS, that made him want to be a rock star! Over the years he’s grown to love the country sounds of Dierks Bentley, Keith Urban, Toby Keith, Blackberry Smoke, Zac Brown Band and more, while also taking in the rock sounds of Dream Theater, Breaking Benjamin, Nickelback, Fuel, Slipknot, Avenged Sevenfold and so many more.