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Her sound can be described as Seattle cool meets Brooklyn edge meets Berlin chic, and it has secured her a regular tour schedule worldwide. Camea was born and raised in Seattle as a classical and jazz pianist and music enthusiast, and in her youth she studied a variety of instruments and played in several bands. She started collecting records and experimenting with electronic music in the late 90s, and in 2002 she relocated to Brooklyn, NY, where the city's intense artistic environment deeply inspired her. Her passion for collecting and playing music continued to evolve as she acquired several regular club nights in Manhattan and spawned Clink Recordings, and on Friday evenings she had a radio show with Ambivalent (M_nus, Ovum) on East Village Radio. Eventually Camea began to tour internationally and moved to Berlin in 2007, where she still resides today and is currently signed to Bpitch Control, one of the world's premier underground labels that can be credited in the evolution of artists like Ellen Allien, Paul Kalkbrenner, Apparat and Modeselektor. Camea is a passionate performer and blends her more traditional musician roots with classic and modern house and techno. Her tracks have topped sales and DJ charts on many occasions, and she has been center stage at many of the world’s hottest clubs and festivals. Even though DJing has stayed the forefront of Camea's passion, when she is not touring she spends most of her time in her studio in Berlin. She released her first solo EP in 2006 and has achieved a lengthy discography of original work and/or remixes on labels like Bpitch Control, M_nus, Clink, Soma, Plus 8 and Get Physical. Since her relocation to Berlin Camea has become one of the handful of women from America to make it to the International stage for her genre. Camea is a passionate performer and blends her more traditional musician roots with classic and modern house and techno. Her tracks have topped sales and DJ charts on many occasions, and she has been center stage at many of the world’s hottest clubs and festivals. Even though DJing has stayed the forefront of Camea's passion, when she is not touring she spends most of her time in her studio in Berlin. She released her first solo EP in 2006 and has achieved a lengthy discography of original work and/or remixes on labels like Bpitch Control, M_nus, Clink, Soma, Plus 8 and Get Physical. Since her relocation to Berlin Camea has become one of the handful of women from America to make it to the International stage for her genre.

LATEST RELEASES

Midnight Heroes, Vol. 2 (Mixed By A.C.K.) (Special Edition! 4 DJ Mixes & 65 Unmixed Tracks for Underground People)
A.C.K., Johan Wedel, Ramon Tapia, Maxim Lany, Butch, Stefano Noferini, Max Freegrant, Rene Amesz, Baggi Begovic, Groovebox, Jay Mocio, Tom Wax, Nasty, Tresher, Solee, Oliver Schories, Olivier Giacomotto, DJ Tonio, Erick Dere, Rainer Weichhold, Monika Kruse, Martin Eyerer, Kid Massive, MC Flipside, Gayle San, Coqui Selection, Hoxton Whores, ThreeSixty, Dirty Harris, SQL, Ceasar K, Nick Wolanski, Splashfunk, Lucy, John Acquaviva, Mitch De Klein, John De Mark, Antonio Piacquadio, Dainty Doll, Electrixx, Codename, A-Tek, Emanuele Inglese, Hollywood Hills, Zolex, Fran Guzman, Mindgamers, Luvdeluxe, Daniel Portman, D-Formation, Dariush, DJ Simi, Stev Dive, Filth & Splendour, Voltereto, Sergio Castilla, Stephan Crown, Roy Dark, Angel Stoxx, Mr. Norberto, Goksel Vancin, Juan Kidd, Eddy Bjorg, NorbEEboy, Backsideduo, Damir Pushkar, Danny Dewills, Xenia Beliayeva, Mick Rubin, Haruyuki Yokoyama, Outstrip, NDKj, Freddy Fernandez, George Privatti, Jesus Nava, Tim Xavier, Camea, Aconite, David Keno, Jaxson, Mihalis Safras, A.K.O., Egostereo, Olivier Giacomotto, DJ Tonio, Jay Lumen, Muzzaik, John Lagora, Ivan Llamazares, Matteo DiMarr, Steve Murrell, Paolo Bolognesi, Tim Bailey, Steve-N, Pierre Deutschmann, Danny Freakazoid, ThreeSixty, Jason Taylor, Dirty Harris, Soren Aalberg, Florian Meindl, A.C.K., Steve Kid, Ozan Kanik, Baseek, Etal, Syn, Toureau, Oliver Koletzki, Demas, Piemont
Tech You Very Much! | 2013-10-04