[Review] Chris Cameron – Relenteless EP

Chris Cameron is the drummer of the Australian Prog band Aronora, and on December 12 he released his first solo work. “Relenteless” is an EP composed of 2 tracks that mix influences ranging from Prog to Jazz. The “Relentleless” title track featuring Michael Mills and Morgan-Leigh Brown as a guest is a long epic of over 14 minutes. Jazzy and Neo Prog colors, with massive guitars, syncopated rhythms and an elaborate structure with a good synth solo in the central part. In the second part, the wind instruments enter which embellish the sound, an eclectic and good level track. “I’m done” is a more Jazz than Rock song with more experimental features, with a slow and intricate rhythm and wind arrangements. It ends with a more linear theme with piano, guitar and trumpet that intertwine. Good solo debut for an artist we already knew with the band Aronora. An elaborate and eclectic work where Jazz sounds marry Progressive ones.


1. Relentless (feat. Michael Mills and Morgan-Leigh Brown) (14:16)
2. I’m Done (07:05)


Michael Mills / Vocals 
Morgan-Leigh Brown / Vocals 
Chris Cameron / Drums, Percussion, Backing vocals, Keyboards 
Ben Cameron / Electric and Acoustic Guitars, Backing Vocals, Additional Keyboards 
Oscar Neyland / Double Bass and Electric Bass 
David Van Pelt / Moog Synthesizer, Fender Rhodes and Additional Keyboards 
Liam Butler Webb / Moog Synthesizer 
Tom Sly / Trumpet 

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Author: Jacopo Vigezzi

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