STEWART EASTHAM

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ABOUT STEWART EASTHAM

"Coded in the DNA of time…”

Stewart Eastham takes his music in bold new directions with his third full length solo album The Great Silence.  His first solo album (The Man I Once Was) painted a portrait of a man in turmoil and his second (Dancers In The Mansion) took on a more celebratory tone.  His new release The Great Silence takes on the more metaphysical realm exploring grand themes of life, death, and rebirth.  While it’s not technically a “concept” album, it feels like one with its repeating themes and motifs.

 The album opens with instrumental track “The Renaissance” showing us right away Eastham is ready to break through the restrictions of the Americana genre where his previous work resided.  Synths play a prominent part on that track and the album as a whole. Rather than keep his songwriting and film score composing separate, Eastham made the conscious decision to blend the two for this album creating a cinematic backdrop for his esoteric, yet relatable tales.

 Using both analog and digital synths, Eastham created rich sonic soundscapes that weave through most of the songs.  Title track “The Great Silence” features a biting lead analog synth evocative of the classic Moog sound. That song has a 9+ minute instrumental coda that closes out the album with a “John Carpenter meets Run The Jewels” vibe. In the somber “Do You Dream”, Eastham’s stark voice and acoustic guitar are wrapped in warm synth sounds highlighting a bass tone that gets deeper and deeper with each successive, heartbreaking verse...("click" here to read the rest)

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+++Utilizing his cinematic talents, Stewart Eastham acted as Director Of Photography on the award-winning film SCREAM FOR ME (Best Short Film 2003––New York City Horror Film Festival), written & directed by Christopher Alan Broadstone, and has recently rejoined Team BCP/Texas POEtrope to compose the film score for Broadstone's new feature film HUMAN NO MORE.

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