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Behind the Lisa Story
Behind the scenes on the Lisa Cameron photo shoot.
DAILY Qmmunity  June 8, 2007, by Kate X Messer
"...I consider both musicians dear friends, and the opportunity to edit this piece was an honor. "Deprogramming Dave" is an intimate peek into Austin drummer Lisa Cameron's journey from living as Dave Cameron to her life today, as musician, artist, and partner..."

Deprogramming Dave
Drummer Lisa Cameron talks with ex-bandmate Kathy McCarty about her transition into self
Features Story  June 8, 2007, by Kathy McCarty
"...If you live in Austin and go to clubs to see bands, you've probably seen Lisa Cameron playing onstage. But unless you have seen the Devil Bat or ST 37 lately, you probably saw her before her transition, when she was Dave Cameron, a pleasant, long-haired, counterculture dude...."

Storm (Thorgerson), Chaos (in Tejas), and gender dysphoria: Welcome to summer music!
Music Column  June 1, 2012, by Kevin Curtin
"...I'm not talking about cousin sex, but rather the way all three local bands on the bill shared musicians. The family ties began with Clem's other band, East Cameron Folkcore, which, with two members absent, performed as a slimmed-down octet..."

A tangled post-production history kept this Kenneth Lonergan film from completion for six years, and its story about teenage trauma suffers as a result. But, oh, what a cast.
Film Review  October 7, 2011, by Marjorie Baumgarten
"...Starring: Anna Paquin, J. Smith-Cameron, Jean Reno, Jeannie Berlin, Allison Janney, Matthew Broderick, Kieran Culkin, Mark Ruffalo, Matt Damon and Olivia Thirlby...."

Local Musicians on Avoiding the Sophomore Slump
Five trending Austin-hatched acts that sidestepped recording’s biggest pitfall
Music Story  August 3, 2017, by Tim Stegall, Libby Webster, Michael Toland, Doug Freeman and Thomas Fawcett
"...She's referring to the exit of original drummer Anna Lamphear, off to study law, and the addition of veteran Austin drummer Lisa Cameron, who brought a new edge to the threepiece...."

Listening Outside the Lines
Kevin Curtin spends four days on the fringes
Music Column  February 1, 2018, by Kevin Curtin
"...The night's most thrilling set came from experimental percussion fixture Lisa Cameron (ST 37), singer-songwriter Adam Ostrar (ex-Manishevitz), and double bass phenom Ingebrigt Håker Flaten. Seventy listeners flooded the tiny room for the talented triad, which enraptured them for a 45-minute sonic odyssey that found Cameron plucking, bowing, and remixing a ghostly variation of a gutbucket as Ostrar stun-gunned guitar strings with an electromagnet, and Håker Flaten bent space and time with long explorative solos that snapped back in heavy jazz walks..."

Seven Local Acts to See at SXSW Music
Music Story  March 2, 2017, by Kahron Spearman
"..."I was exposed to electronic music at a really young age," explains electronic maven and musical scion Dylan Cameron, 31. "My favorite records were Kraftwerk's Computer World and Yellow Magic Orchestra's first record – stuff with not very much singing at all, and not a whole lot of guitars or drums going on..."

Dylan Cameron
Music Review  September 15, 2016, by Kahron Spearman
"...Dylan Cameron gives listeners just enough to desire more. Son of celebrated Austin psych veteran Lisa Cameron (Roky Erickson, the Lotions, Glass Eye, Squat Thrust) and an in-house producer for local electro imprint Holodeck, he furthers his forefathers' groundwork with homegrown, digital-age lineage..."

National Lampoon's Adam & Eve
More collegiate humor released by the folks at the Lampoon that has more hormonal smarts than necessary and about as many sex and toilet gags as you suspect.
Film Review  November 4, 2005, by Marc Savlov
"...Directed by: Jeff Kanew. Starring: Cameron Douglas, Emmanuelle Chriqui, Brianna Brown, Terri Garber, Alan Havey, Courtney Peldon and Lisa Wilhoit..."

King of the Hill
A young boy who's separated from his family spends time in a dilapidated hotel in this Depression-era drama. Soderbergh's film is a lyrical piece of well-crafted passion that doesn't shirk the bleak realities of the time
Film Review  October 8, 1993, by Marc Savlov
"...Set in Depression-era Missouri, Soderbergh's third feature follows the daily travails of young Aaron (Bradford), an intelligent, resourceful boy whose family is straddling a precarious line between by-the-night hotels and the omnipresent Hoovervilles that surround their town. When a series of setbacks first send his salesman father (Krabbe) on the road, then his consumptive mother (Eichhorn) to a sanitarium, and his younger brother Sullivan (Cameron Boyd) to an uncle's house, Aaron is left in the care of the various odd characters who populate his dilapidated hotel..."

Black Hole Suspirians
Epic track previews ATX trio’s heavy second record
DAILY Music  May 30, 2017, by Kevin Curtin
"...We were just continuing to play and write, and trying to find a new drummer. That’s when the muses gifted us Lisa Cameron and it was obvious we were meant to make another record..."

Quote of the week: "You, my hyphenated friend, are an ambassador of evil."
Columns  March 17, 2000
"...Lisa Cameron..."

100 Local SXSW Music Acts
A-Z list of 100 Austin acts showcasing at the Fest
Music Story  March 16, 2017, by The Music Staff
"...16, Barracuda Backyard, 8:15pm Local songstress by way of Los Angeles, Molly Burch sings with a lovelorn earnestness evoking Patsy Cline and the Everly Brothers. Accompanied by unornate instrumentation of reverb-washed chords and razor-sharp twang, Burch croons in a honeyed alto above percussive shuffles and light keys on February's acclaimed Captured Tracks debut Please Be Mine. – Alejandra Ramirez Dylan Cameron..."

Columns  May 13, 2011
"...Last week's Austin Psych Fest 4 "Live Shot" misidentified ST 37 drummer Lisa Cameron as Christina Carter. As Carter wrote us, "I am not, and never have been a member of ST 37..."

Austin Noise Limits
Noise alternatives to ACL weekend.
DAILY Music  September 12, 2007, by Audra Schroeder
"...The venerable Jherri Zeinfeldt's Atropheed Saq, who just released its CD Dog Star Sac, a tribute to experimental filmmaker Stan Brakhage, performs, along with locals Aunt's Analog, Iron Kite, Dromez, and San Fran's Pigs in the Ground, starting at 8pm. The Saq's going on ten years, and I recently asked drummer Lisa Cameron what it is about the collective's enduring legacy of clearing rooms: "Two things come to mind," says Cameron..."

10 Recommended Arts Events This Fall
So much creative energy flowing to quench your cultural thirst
DAILY Chron Events  August 31, 2018
"...6. Cloud Tree Gallery: Ground Light Sound You want to scare yourself with how good some of the artists in this city are? You want to experience a show of diverse work and feel lucky to share a bit of geography with people who can render such depth and arresting beauty into the material and acoustic world? Then you'll want to witness this new exhibition, in which Cloud Tree's Brian David Johnson has collaborated with six different artists – ceramicists Ryan McKerley and Alejandra Almuelle, lighting designers Mark Figueredo and Adele Hauser, and musicians Chris Cogburn and Lisa Cameron – to produce a tripartite display of brilliance you won't soon forget. Reception: Fri., Sept..."

Raquel Bell
Music Review  August 23, 2018, by Michael Toland
"...Enlisting local luminaries Jonathan Horne (Young Mothers), Lisa Cameron (ST 37, Suspirians), Adam Jones (Bill Callahan), Bob Hoffnar (Mood Illusion), Thor Harris (Thor & Friends, Swans), and producer Zac Traeger, California native and Austin resident Raquel Bell moves through a haze of dreamy, avant-garde psychedelia on her third solo album. There's enough reverb on "Stones" to obscure which sounds come from which instruments as Bell swoops from croon to cry to caterwaul..."

ST 37
Music Review  August 9, 2018, by Michael Toland
"...Austin space/psych institution ST 37 celebrated its 30th anniversary last year and follows it up with a double-length state of the union address. Longtime leaders Joel Crutcher (guitar), Lisa Cameron (drums), and Scott Telles (bass/vox), joined by axe wielders Bobby Baker and Matt Turner and electronics gremlin Bob Bechtol, reach a new peak..."

Music Review  June 8, 2017, by Michael Toland
"...Flaunting a propulsive sonic mystery, Suspirians stake a sweet spot between Great Britain's post-punk and neo-psychedelic scenes of the Eighties. On sophomore uptick Ti Bon Ange, a vodun term for one-half of the soul, point track "Fortune Spider" lays down the local threesome's overarching aesthetic: Bassist Stephanie Demopulos and ST 37 drummer Lisa Cameron's determinedly repetitive rhythms propel frontwoman Marisa Pool's shimmering minor chords and cloud of bees vocals..."

ST 37
Music Review  February 19, 2015, by Greg Beets
"..."Down on Us" opens on bucolic nighttime nature sounds that deceptively preface descent into a black-light basement redolent of body odor and expired vitamins. Drummer Lisa Cameron holds down a hypnotic beer-n-ether groove while guitarists Joel Crutcher and Bobby Baker crack open a new dimension with pedal-heavy exploration..."

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