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Boston based D-Tension has put out his latest single just a couple of weeks ago titled "Kenmore Square". It's the first single off his brand new album "D-Tension's Secret Rock & Roll Project", and is a reflective, joyous number that looks back on all things associated with Boston, and how the landscape has changed rapidly due to the onslaught of the pandemic with venues shuttered and have left many people wondering (myself included) if there will be a music scene once life returns to normal. You may remember D-Tension from his time at WFNX, and is still heavily involved in the radio scene to this day. He does a great job of articulating the many hotspots that he enjoyed frequenting during his time of going to shows and various eateries in and around Kenmore Square which once housed Copperfield's and Church of Boston which I frequented on a routine basis back in the day. it's sad all of the beloved venues we've lost recently, most notably Great Scott and Once Somerville, and it makes us appreciate even more what we once had and how footloose and fancy free we truly were when we had shows to go back in the day, and had a sense of purpose, belonging, and connection to the local music scene which has sadly been degraded, and shows no signs of returning anytime soon. An upbeat number that will definitely offer up a flurry of pride and enthusiasm during these times.
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