[NEW RELEASES] DJ Cam
DJ Cam likes trickles of piano, streams of ethereal synth work and a walking pace to his work. The beats are simple and often border on Casio keyboard territory, as is evident on “Dreamcatcher,” with its old-school computer hand claps. But the further you get into that track, less is revealed.
This is the routine on other songs as well, like the title track “Seven” and “Fontainebleau.” The sounds and mixing is fine, but there is no great unveiling of purpose to the songs. The beginning sounds like the middle which sounds like the end. There is little plot to DJ Cam’s purpose.
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