Trail blazing Pop Macabre Pianist aims to beat commercialism with the release of her groundbreaking EP ‘Project: Love Me’
As the daughter of famed violinist, Paul Robertson, the high priestess of ‘Pop Macabre’,Calista Kazuko, was born into a bohemian family where classical music was a staple part of the diet. Now, the London based outré singer-songwriter and multi- instrumentalist is all about high art, high class, high gloss and high drama.
Calista Kazuko’s classical roots at the Royal Academy of Music have been jettisoned, she is now carving out her own genre with a diamond-edged blade which she likes to call ‘sophistipop-noir’, perfectly and elegantly exhibited in her highly anticipated EP, Project: Love Me.
‘As a full-time, unadulterated, unashamed drama queen, ‘Project: Love Me’ tells a story full of extravagance, opulence and of course – DRAMA!’
The collaborative producers named on the record include such music heavyweights as award winning film composer Guy Dagul, and super-producers Nuno Fernandes and Dennis Weinreich.
Calista’s way with a grand piano, story-telling songwriting and sophisticated performance style blend together into a dry, heady cocktail that will leave your emotions exposed and giddy. She’s not so much lightning in a bottle as the conjuror of the storm.
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