Camp Element: Empty the Seas

Camp Element Empty the Seas Episode 331Release Date: May 2015
Running Time: 1:21:18
Guest: Camp Element
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Where to Purchase their Music: Camp Element Store
Camp Element Show Notes: Camp Element joined us to discuss their newest release, Empty the Seas. We discuss how the music scene has changed over the years, silent drummers?!?, favorite/first venues, embarrassing moments, their take on the local scene, a few rounds of “Either, Or”, Van Halen history lesson, vinyl recording processes. We also talked about the possibility of Camp Element on vinyl and the DYI recording process.

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5 Replies to “Camp Element: Empty the Seas”

  1. Stacie4

    This gal was at the show at the Smiling Moose!! What a terrific show that was!!! It is too bad that more people don’t pay attention to or make the effort to come to local shows! Sometimes, it is difficult with work and other responsibilies. It is also what is made a priority. Have really enjoyed listening to this show and interview! While Camp Element reminds me of other bands, they do have their own uniqueness , plus an incredible live show! One of my favorite new bands that I have come across. Too many big names & nationals sound the same, so I have turned my attention even more to local bands. Even with their responsibilies and maybe partly too because of them, this band is not afraid to have a slightly different sound. It is all good & will make it to another show soon!

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