May 1, 2020
showing spontaneous and undirected playfulness.
With the energy that comes with Ludic’s sound, you quickly understand that it’s probably one of the best ways to describe this trio that has been classified as Alien motown and SOULFUNKJAZZPOP (yes that is one word, all caps).
A little over a year since releasing their first track together and the group has already begun to gain a heavy momentum behind them. Being named top 10 in CBC’s most recent Searchlight competition, receiving over 1 million Spotify streams, and opening for high level acts like Catfish and the Bottlemen to name a few of their feats. Add their new single ‘Love Me Like’ to that list, as it's about to accomplish being jammed stuck in your head.
The group is made up of the Cunningham brothers Max & Rhett, along with Ayla Tesler Mabe, all accomplished multi instrumentalists that continue to prove their consistency with writing addictive tunes, brought together by a local jam session.
Ayla Tesler Mabe has built herself quite a reputation with her guitar skills as well, learning from the Musician Institute of Hollywood, earning the chance to work with prestigious brands like Fender, and even building a Youtube following with over 14 million views.
Ayla Tesler Mabe of Ludic joins the DTP to discuss how she met the brothers Cunningham, and how together the have been spreading their style of spontaneous energy with songs like their new single ‘Love Me Like’