The cassette tape means a lot of different things to me, but if there is one genre of music that fits on a cassette tape, it’s noise. Noise cassettes all typically tend to be rare, and sometimes the releases are limited to obscure numbers such as eleven. The cassette tape is essentially the choice format for noise, and while noise has it’s own sub-genres, some might say that a lot of experimental noise is the film grain of drone-a derivative so to speak. Camden is an example of this derivative, creating textured noise and vocals that sit upon a layer of brilliantly created dark and analogue synthscapes.
Camden is the solo project of Cole Weiland, and Bloodloss is a track off of Camden’s new cassette tape limited to 150 copies titled “Living Image” which you can get now at Moon Glyph. He also has an LP dropping soon on Not Not Fun with his band Daughters of the Sun.