Quiet Luke has a blindingly bright future.
For the past several days the ELEVATOR site was experiencing some technical difficulties, and by far the worst part of this was knowing that I had to wait to post Quiet Luke’s newest visual which is hands down one of the most unique and creative endeavors I have seen in the past month. First and foremost the “Interference” video is aesthetically breathtaking with beautiful film-grain shots that are mostly draped in a blue haze, and this gives us a great look at Quiet Luke who is an artist many likely aren’t familiar with.
Sonically the track is also just as marvelous with a medley of influencing ranging from noise to punk to even indie, but this cornucopia of styles all blend together wonderfully, and Quiet Luke is the one of a kind artist who is skilled enough to pull something like this off. His vocals are emotive and charged and the guitar playing is a nice complement with his singing throughout. Towards the end of the song there is a distinct instrumental shift to a straight-up mighty garage riff and thumping percussion right before the finish, and I hope that Luke even begins to incorporate more of that sound in his already broad bag of tricks. “Interference” is absolutely awesome and I am truly excited to see what Quiet Luke does next.
Watch “Interference” here: