Alex Cameron – Divorce
The past month has seen remixes of select Steven A. Clark songs from his latest album Where Neon Goes To Die from Helado Negro and Theophilus London. Today Amtrac has remixed “Found” from the album capping off the remix series.
“Steven and I go way back, both as friends and admirers of each others music. I’m a big fan of his latest project so when he asked me to remix ‘Found’ it was a no brainer for me and it was a pleasure working with his vocals. The first time I heard the record I already had an idea for a remix so once I got the stems it just naturally all came together,” explains Amtrac.
Clark adds, “Amtrac is an amazing Producer/DJ and also a friend of mine. His music takes your mind to other places and thats exactly what he did Found and I love it.” Listen to the remix below.
Alex Cameron will release his third album, 'Miami Memory,' on September 13th via Secretly Canadian, and tour Europe and North America immediately following. Tickets for newly-announced dates are on sale this Friday at 10am local time. In conjunction with today’s announcement, Cameron now presents “Divorce” with an accompanying video.
Shura has today announced second album 'forevher,' which will be released August 16th via Secretly Canadian. The record is launched alongside a stunning video for new single "religion (you can lay your hands on me)."
Whitney, the Chicago-based band led by vocalist/drummer Julien Ehrlich and guitarist Max Kakacek, will release their sophomore album, 'Forever Turned Around,' on August 30th. On the follow up to their much-beloved debut, 2016’s 'Light Upon the Lake,' Ehrlich and Kakacek grapple with the anxiety and acceptance that time is limited and navigate questions of mortality, doubt, love, and friendship.
Faye Webster, the 21-year-old Atlanta-based singer-songwriter and decorated photographer, releases her third full-length album, 'Atlanta Millionaires Club,' today via Secretly Canadian. 'Atlanta Millionaires Club' is an album stitched together by intimate songwriting about lonesomeness in spite of Webster’s connection to a larger community.