“I lost my job. I lost confidence. I lost my mind,” says Jamie Cameron, aka The Last Dinosaur. These three revelations collectively became the catalyst to make his third album ‘Wholeness’, a haunting record full of synthetic atmosphere cosying up to bursts of orchestration and ghostly voices. ‘Wholeness And The Implicate Order’ loses itself in wistful reverie, while the female voice on ‘In The Belly Of A Whale’ feels like your own memories, even if they are a projection from Cameron’s head. A deeply personal record and all the more affecting for it.
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