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Introducing… Adam Camm

Kula Shaker, David Bowie, Syd Arthur and 1975 collide with Adam Camm

London based multi-instrumentalist Adam Camm has been making music for years fronting bands before but since 2021, he has turned his attention to his solo work. Sitting somewhere between Kula Shaker, Syd Arthur, David Bowie and your favourite hippy alternative rock albums from 1975, there is a retro warm from Adam’s music that many will appreciate. Layered, rustic, psychedelic and melodic, there is a lot of energy and enthusiasm for an era of rock many are nostalgic for. The warm production glow, coming from his home studio, means nothing without some cracking songs though and thankfully Adam Camm brings style and substance.

‘Mirror Mirror’ is his debut album, which was released in May this year. It really is a fully engaged train ride back to 60s and 70s psych-rock/pop and I plan to review it later in the year. The closing track ‘Abandoned’ is the lead single. Expect sitar-styled guitar riffs, jangly drums, flutes and rowdy lofi vocals you could expect from The Go Team. It’s a riot and you can enjoy the colourful music video below.

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