Last Friday, Sydney's magnificent Cameras launched their album at The Standard. The night was fantastic, with the band playing a typically awesome set to a packed room. Displaying layered soundscapes, the juxtaposing vocals of Eleanor Dunlop and Fraser Harvey and intelligently-structured songs, this is a group which continues to grow with every performance. And, considering they were already pretty bloody good when they first started three years ago, that's a scary thought. Meanwhile, support act Winter People put in a turn that suggests they are also one of the bands to watch in 2012.
At Bobbysix.com, we were delighted to be invited to the launch, not just as long-term fans of Cameras (we've been supporting them since the very beginning, y'all) but as house DJs for the night. So, between bands, Heidi (pictured, above) and Bobby kept the punters entertained with our sick skills on the ones and twos. Once we were done, we simply breathed in the brilliance of the night's headliners (below).
Cameras' debut album, In your Room, is out now and you should buy it if you've got brains, ears and a soul. Meanwhile, if you want Bobbysix DJs to drop bombs at your show/party/bar, just let us know by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org