Camden is the solo project of Cole Weiland, who hails from local psychedelic boundary pushers Daughters of the Sun. With one album (Life of Devotion) under his belt and another just released, Camden seems destined to become more than just a side project. The latest release is Living Image, a Moon Glyph limited edition tape that finds Weiland exploring more accessible, brooding pop soundscapes. “Pop” may not be the right signifier, however, since Living Image isn’t exactly radio friendly. It’s a collection of seven murky tracks of gritty noise/electronica that pulses with irregular synth patterns and distorted vocals. [John Behm, Reviler]