Hanna van Loon gives us a piece of herself on her first solo project as Tanukichan on ‘Radiolove’. Her 4-track EP is symbolic of the connection between listeners and musicians. The effortless feelings of awe and bliss you get from your favourite song– that’s what ‘Radiolove’ is all about, and that’s what Tanukichan creates. The way her voice interacts with the instruments gives us an airy-beachy-indie punk vibe that produces beautiful riffs and melodies.

Songs like ‘Tomorrow’ are hypnotic in nature. van Loon’s lyrics share insight into her life, as she sings, “and you know where to find me, I’ve left my home until I know, that I won’t let them take it all away” van Loon opens her heart to her listeners, thus creating ‘Radiolove’. The EP is a well put together piece as Tanukichan continues to define herself. ‘Radiolove’ is a sum of van Loon’s thoughts, feelings, and complete expression. I’m excited to see what more comes from her journey of exploration.

Here’s ‘Tomorrow’ off Tanukichan’s debut EP.

[soundcloud url=”https://api.soundcloud.com/tracks/278967162″ params=”auto_play=false&hide_related=false&show_comments=true&show_user=true&show_reposts=false&visual=true” width=”100%” height=”450″ iframe=”true” /]

Connect with Tanukichan: Facebook | Soundcloud

Follow Indie Underground on Hype Machine.

About author View all posts


From her parents playing Nigerian afrobeat to spending her weekends searching through music blogs, Beverly Osazuwa has developed an appreciation for the art, beauty, and emotion behind music. Based in the Greater Toronto Area, you can usually find her discovering something new on Soundcloud, looking for upcoming concerts, checking her twitter, or writing short stories (often inspired by songs).