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Cam Gillette writes, sings, produces, and performs under the band name Smoke From All The Friction. He and his collaborators meld electronica, pop, and rock to create an elaborate sound with melodic sensibility.
Our conversation digs into Cam’s approach to finding the perfect band members, working with production collaborators, keeping his own DIY approach in check, serving audiences at live shows, his quest to be himself on camera, music visualizers, and more.
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