Saturday, September 16, 2017


The eccentric German duo Easter are back with yet another culinary-themed underground gem "Cuppa". Ever since I came across Stine Omar & Max Boss' debut album "The Softest Hard" back in 2012 I knew we were about to be immersed into something unique, uncompromising and bold. The strange concoction of poetry, minimal synth production, cuisine references and the pair's striking, cold, almost unapproachable presence create an incomparable visual and sonic experience. "Cuppa" is right up there with "The Heat", "Pillo", "New Cuisine" and "Alien Babies" among Easter's most engaging songs to date.

I have also recently stumbled upon Easter's live performance for Boiler Room which solidified my fascination with this truly unconventional duo: