Luke Kalloch
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Luke Kalloch

Band Folk Singer/Songwriter

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Music

The best kept secret in music

Press


"CD Review"

'Low fi and lush all at once, original and familiar. Artfully arranged, despite bearing a disclaimer that states, "all instruments played (for better or worse)." I left this album glad Luke did his own grunt work, as everything that I loved about Sonic Youth and the Smashing Pumpkins and other bands who wrote melodic songs that rocked rather than piano ballads, while capturing some of the great parts of what makes rhythmic 80's dance pop so popular now, came out in Luke's Demo. And just think, this is merely a "demo," who knows what great work is yet to come from this new transplant to our scene.' - Urban Folk (March 2006)


"Radio"

"It is quite obvious that Luke has a ton of talent. The melodies are haunting,
lyrics clever and very catchy too."
-Lori Voornas (DJ at 98.9 "the Point", ME) - 98.9


Discography

A Voice, a Guitar and a 4-track (2002)
Live at Paco's Tacos (2002)
The good enough EP (2003)
Demo 2005 (2005)

From the newest demo I have gotten some airtime on Boston University radio.

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Feeling a bit camera shy

Bio

Spending most of his adolescence in a quite Maine fishing town, Luke relieved his boredom by recording songs on his small Tascam 4 track. As the years went by he started to play these songs for people and they said they liked them. So then, he started to play them for people who didn't know him. They said the same thing. He then made his way to Boston where he made a name for himself in the performing singer/songwriter community for the two years he was there playing popular venues such as The Middle East, T.T. the Bears Club, the All Asia Cafe, PA's Lounge, Berklee College of Music and The Abbey Lounge (just to name a few). As of January 2006 Luke made the move to New York City where he has already started to become noticed in the alt-folk community. Check out his stuff.