Posts byLuke Hanson

Boy In Space Is Moving On From “Caroline”

Unrequited love sucks. The all-encompassing yearning. The complete absence of reciprocation. The empty allure of false hope at the smallest nothings. And on the other end, that of the beloved, there’s typically either complete obliviousness or calculated rejection. But on occasion we encounter the Carolines of the world. The way they handle this one-sided affection
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The Revivalists Are Nowhere Near “The Bitter End”

The Revivalists have dropped a surprise release for their new live studio EP, Made In Muscle Shoals. The surprise drop includes a brand new song, “The Bitter End,” along with an accompanying documentary recorded and filmed at the legendary FAME Recording Studio. Coming 12 years after the band’s inaugural release, their self-titled EP, the six-song
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Nicki Tedesco Is Anything But “Trapped Inside”

There’s a specific element of being human, equal parts horrific and gratifying, that’s perhaps most evident and aggrandized in moments of creation. It’s when we completely succumb to and accept the impact of all things external, pivot inwards and allow whatever is there to erupt, results and reactions be damned. Nicki Tedesco‘s newest single, “Trapped
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Riotron’s Second Single Will Always Be “There For You”

Featuring driving, melodic elements of electronica, synth-pop and new wave guitar, “There For You,” the second single from electro indie-pop artist Riotron, directly encapsulates the concept that those we love are always within us. According to the man behind Riotron himself, indie-pop rocker Jeff Fettes, the single is about how we can manifest those closest
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“Drown” In The Mind Of J. Luke Cloutier

Poppy love songs don’t typically send listeners down an introspective rabbit hole. J. Luke Cloutier’s debut single, “Drown,” bucks that convention entirely.  “Drown” weaves a narrative that betrays – or perhaps celebrates – a worldliness and maturity indicative of a person well beyond the age of 23. It tells the story of a relationship past,
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