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Carla J. Easton is an award nominated singer-songwriter, releasing 3 critically acclaimed albums, writing for TeenCanteen, Belle & Sebastian, BMX Bandit, Hen Hoose & National Theatre Scotland. Championed by BBC6 Music, she has performed at festivals across the UK and internationally (SXSW, Pop Montreal, The Great Escape, Celtic Connections, Indiefjord and Pop Cologne) touring the UK with Camera Obscura, The Vaselines and Aidan Moffat.In 2018, she released the SAY Award Shortlisted 'Impossible Stuff’, produced by Howard Bilerman (Arcade Fire/British Sea Power/Leonard Cohen) which featured singles that achieved Record of the Day, Guardian Track of the Week and BBC Scotland
Single of the Week.Her third album 'WEIRDO' was released in 2020 via Olive Grove Records - a record that Bandcamp Daily described as “all volume needles buried in the red, glitter bursting from every chorus.” The Line of Best Fit praised its “maximalist” tendencies while hinting that Scotland has found its own answer to the pop titans Carly Rae Jepsen and Taylor Swift and Pitchfork called it “bubblegum pop [with] the scrappy glamour of a homemade theatrical production”.Her latest project is Poster Paints formed with Simon Liddell (Frightened Rabbit) during 2020. Their critically acclaimed self titled debut album was released by Ernest Jennings October 2022. returns with her 4th studio album ‘Anatomy of Sight’, which has already seen steady support at BBC 6music with her recent singles ‘Flashlight and ‘Matriarch’.
MALKA Tamara Schlesinger first made waves on the music scene as the frontwoman of acclaimed alt-folk collective 6 Day Riot and also as a prolific songwriter. Her work has been included in a host of high-profile syncs for TV series and Hollywood blockbusters – most notably Skins, Scream 4 and 127 Hours. Now as MALKA, her highly praised albums have received radio play at 6music from the likes of Lauren Laverne and Steve Lamacq and syncs on MTV and Netflix.
MALKA has graced the stages of Bestival, Glastonbury, NXNE, Greenman among and many other festivals over the years and regularly collaborates with other artists. She is the founder of Hen Hoose the all female non-binary award winning collective which has been recognised by both the John Lennon Foundation and The Big Issue for their work for gender equality.
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