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Wednesday, August 18, 2010

Download a free Cameras track

Epically soundtracking the sweeping landscapes of your emotions, while remaining infectious enough to dance your legs off to on a Saturday night, Sydney's Cameras have been bubbling under the surface for a while now. October sees the release of their debut EP and, because they are such generous people, they are giving you a free taste of how excellent it is.

On the EP, Fraser Harvey’s big progressive guitar sound juxtaposes with Eleanor Dunlop’s hypnotizing vocals and classically trained keys, making Cameras a beautiful collision of polar opposites - the anthemic crescendo of Arcade Fire meeting the smoky etherealness of Cat Power. But the reference points come from further and wider than that. Thumb through their record collections and you’ll find The Eurythmics alongside The White Stripes, Paul Simon next to The Velvet Underground, and Blondie, Radiohead and Muse all rubbing shoulders. With such eclectic influences, Cameras do not slot snugly into any particular genre, nor would they want to.

Download Polarise here - for free!

1 comment:

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