Tag: Alex Cameron
Alex Cameron, “Miami Memory”
Though he spent his last two albums examining despicable male characters, this one spotlights and elevates women.
LIVE, IN PHOTOS: Treasure Island 2018
After a year’s hiatus, the Bay Area festival returns, albeit in a new location.
PREMIERE: Alex Cameron Croons “Mongrel” for Pickathon’s Slab Sessions
The absurdist Aussie and his trusted saxophonist strip down a track off Cameron’s debut.
The Best Albums of 2017
Twenty-five full-lengths that kept us going, one way or the other.
The Best Songs of 2017
Ten compositions that changed our landscapes, big and small.
Alex Cameron, “Forced Witness”
The characters on “Forced Witness,” Alex Cameron’s second record, make the sociopaths from his debut look like amateurs.
The FLOOD Top 40
Our favorite tracks of the year, (almost) all in one place.
FLOOD’s Best Records of 2016
Great year for music, terrible year for everything else.
Announcing FLOOD 5, Available Now for Physical Purchase and Free Download
Featuring cover stories on Daveed Diggs and Angel Olsen.
Putting Out the Fire with Gasoline: An Introduction to the Many Faces of Alex Cameron
A lounge act for the darkest recesses of your mind, Sydney’s latest (and greatest) musical export uses his Secretly Canadian debut to contort into a variety of shapes—none of which may be his own.
Alex Cameron, “Jumping the Shark”
The mysterious Aussie singer-songwriter channels Suicide, Nick Cave, and David Lynch on Secretly Canadian’s re-release of his 2014 debut.
Though He Was Never Here, Alex Cameron Is Making a “Comeback”
Finally seeing wide release after years of tremulous underground currents, “Jumping the Shark” is a schizophrenic how-do-you-do from a crazily put-together artist.