Callum Easter 

Easter is a singer of otherworldly rhythm and blues. His debut album 'Here or Nowhere' (released 5th of April 2019 on Lost Map) was written, performed, recorded, mixed and mastered by the artist himself.  Easter's music is described as art by process. This approach also emanates through his videos and cover art.

Callum Easter’s dark poetic vision find its most compelling form yet on Here Or Nowhere – a sparse, stark, deeply personal and by turns hopeful, menacing and despairing clutch of intuitively retro-futuristic songs united, as he explains, by “a feeling that the world is fucked up and a belief that people can fix it together.” It’s entirely written, performed, recorded and even mastered by the artist himself between his flat and his studio, save for backing vocals from Sisters Jacqui and Pauline Cuff (Soho/Leith Congregational Choir), as captured by Tim London. Performed on an intricate and unusual psychedelic thrift-store assembly of instrumentation including electric guitar, Elka Panther organ, piano, blues harp and accordion, all warped, manipulated, distended and recontexualised via a variety of effects boxes, samplers and sequencers, Here Or Nowhere’s sound palette is strange and thoroughly satisfying.

Callum Easter