Alex Cameron is probably best known as one of the members of Sydney-based electronic/a idm trio Seekae, who have released the acclaimed albums “The Sounds of Trees Falling on People” and “+Dome” on Rice is Nice within the last 6 years.
Camerons debut solo LP “Jumping The Shark”, released in November 2013, is remarkably different from past ventures. The album is a collection of tales about sadness and inevitable failure, a complex collection of short stories documenting the bankrupt and morally vacant world of contemporary showbiz – and they’re voiced by a forgotten variety show host, Ken DuPont (Cameron).
Cameron’s solo work is dark and deadpan, stylistically a little bit Bowie and a little bit Byrne, with the bleak suburban musings of Jarvis Cocker and with a Bryan Ferry-/ Nick Cave-ish vibe in his singing.
We are looking forward to his performance supported by DJ Falko Teichmann at Acud on May 2nd.
Meanwhile you can download the digital album “Jumping The Shark” for free or dig deeper in his written works on his amazing webpage.
Presented by Digital in Berlin.