Trevor Exter, 'cello and voice, at Spectrum
Spectrum is pleased to Present Trevor Exter, a distinctive proponent of performing music that is at once original, entertaining and intelligent.
Trevor Exter makes music for nighthawks and dreamers. Mixing Brazilian pop, American soul and restless rock energy with an itinerant vision all his own, his songs travel far and burrow deep.
"Finger-picking and generally slapping around a beat-up cello, Trevor Exter makes music that is both seriously unusual and thoroughly, pleasingly accessible."
"Singer and unconventional cellist Trevor Exter plucks and whacks at his big instrument and guides it through multiple climaxes."
Time Out New York
"If you're expecting a sedate orchestra recital, you'd better think again. Exter's crooning voice harkens back to an era of music where men weren't afraid to wear their hearts on their sleeves."
Chris Kocher, Binghamton Press & Sun-Bulletin
"makes you feel like you found something you didn't even know you were missing Trevor Exter nails it."
Ethan Kanat, BreakThruRadio.com
"This album is an admirable testament to the purity of Exter's distinct and exceptional vision."
Urban Folk Magazine on the Water EP
Trevor has played with Steve Kimock, Gloria Deluxe, Nicole Renaud, De La Guarda, Gaby Kerpel, Shrine For The Black Madonna, Marc Anthony Thompson, Toujours l'Amour, Philip Hamilton, Bret Mosley, Spottiswoode and his Enemies, Bronwen Exter, Science For Girls, Novatribe, Changos, the Madison Symphony Orchestra and Poon.
121 Ludlow St
NYC, NY 10002
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: No|