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If Camden’s last outing, “Songs of Devotion”, asked a lot of its listeners, “Living Image” is a great pay-off – albeit a pay-off on Camden’s Cole Weiland’s own terms. The noise-layer signifiers of a Camden release remain, but every characteristic impacts on a richer, more textural level. Above a generative percussion, Weiland smears each song with a stratum of aberrant synth lines and grotty tape loops over which he adds his boldest and most crepitative vocalizations yet. The outcome: the sound of wild electricity being manipulated with a deft hand.
Slow time. Breathe deep. Emerge new. Shield yr eyes. It's bright out there, but it's going to be ok. Pair with hot black coffee and EARLY morning dew and fog. Fully backed by midwestern heads far and wide. DD.Bones