When he decided to leave electronic outfit Seekae to embark on a solo career, Australian musician Alex Cameron brought his stage character to life by applying latex wrinkles and scars to his face. And the music matched the appearance as Cameron told stories about a cast of losers and creeps, over a bed of programmed synths and his confident baritone.
His debut solo album, Jumping the Shark, demonstrated what a wonderful storyteller he is. The stories were so powerful that he decided no longer to wear the scars. It has made his character even stranger – with one less layer between him and the audience it feels less of an act. Now you can try to find out who he really is for yourself.