SEAWORTHY

INTERVIEWS

  • TOKAFI (.COM)

    "It is an invitation to turn inward as much as it is a powerful political statement: Places like these need to be preserved in order for humanity not to forget where it came from."
  • MESS AND NOISE (AU)

    "Backed by a soundtrack of Red House Painters, Sparklehorse and an overworked espresso machine, SEAWORTHY (aka Cam Webb) and SOPHIE HUTCHINGS met in a Newtown cafe to exchange notes on the evocative world of instrumental music ahead of the launch of their respective albums."
  • Street Press (AU)

    "Having just released one of the experimental albums of the year, Seaworthy's Cameron Webb is headed into town to promote 1897."
  • Canberra Times (AU)

    ""I really like that openness where environmental sounds can drift into the pieces, and I prefer those sounds to something like a barman emptying a recycling bottle bin in the middle of a set.”"
  • Cyclic Defrost (.com)

    "Minimal and melodic soundscapes constructed from looped guitar, warm drones, piano, electronics and field recordings have been Seaworthy’s hallmark since appearing in 2000. The band recorded for a number of Australian and international labels, and, last year, signed to US label 12k for the release of Map In Hand, an album that melds ‘indie’ and ‘post rock’ elements with processed musical and field recordings. "
  • Mess & Noise (AU)

    "Seaworthy’s Cameron Webb talks to Shaun Prescott about his new LP 1897, what it’s like to record in a heritage-listed arms depot and how he likes to fool around the musical edges."
  • Cyclic Defrost

    "In my line of work I spend a lot of time, not just in Sydney, but in some pretty remote areas on the coast. I’ve spent many years surfing, travelling up and down the coast, to some pretty beautiful places, places that have strong links to memory. These all pile up in my creative resources."
  • Time Off (AU)

    "SYDNEY’S SEAWORTHY BEGAN LIFE IN A LOUNGE ROOM AND RECENTLY MOVED TO A BUNKER. MATT O’NEILL SPOKE TO FOUNDING MEMBER CAM WEBB ABOUT THE BAND’S ONGOING HOMELESSNESS."