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© 2019 by FUN CAM.

EPK

Origin:

Toronto

Genres:

Power Pop, Indie

Years Active:

Precambrian

Label:

Balls in mouth

Website:

www.funcamrocks.com

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Management and Press 

Kelly Murphy Black Lion Publicity

kelly@blacklionpr.com

In addition to an incredibly well developed level of song writing, the general creative flair within this artist also shines brightly on a purely musical front. Fun Cam’s cover of Hit Me Baby One More Time is simply genius, quite breath taking, actually.

Montréal QC

Sometimes, a name just says it all. Basement Rock is the latest record from Toronto’s Cam Fraser under the moniker Fun Cam.

He’s kinda like a underdog version of Dave Grohl...  The next thing that makes itself evident is the ‘60s swing wave music that spans this artist’s influence across decades...

Boston MA

Review from www.indieminded.com, the net's foremost magazine for indie music, art and talent. Read Nicole Sweeny's glowing reveiw of a new classic album that is getting great radio play and placement. 

Jamsphere Magazine Album Review of Fun Cam's Basement Rock

Fun Cam's analog lushness

This album is always about the songs, and never about the musicians, and every part that is played creates a full-bodied jam of chunky riffs and analog lushness. The groove laid down on these tracks is undeniable and almost unheard of in the digital era. “Basement Rock” is a must have for anyone who remotely likes rock music. It embodies what has made… and still makes rock music so damn enjoyable!

Another awesome review

Basement Rock by Fun Cam is part power pop and part comedy in the vein of Fountains Of Wayne.  There are some excellent performances on the album and some good songwriting.

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Fun Cam (Cam Fraser) and crew have done an excellent job of pooling together all their talents into a cohesive and refreshing use of their instruments and voices. This album is always about the songs, and never about the musicians, and every part that is played creates a full-bodied jam of chunky riffs and analog lushness. The groove laid down on these tracks is undeniable and almost unheard of in the digital era. “Basement Rock” is a must have for anyone who remotely likes rock music. It embodies what has made…and still makes rock music so damn enjoyable!