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Brian Campeau was born on 1980 in Ottawa, Canada. Discover Brian Campeau's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?

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2009

After about two years of touring and recording, Campeau released Mostly Winter Sometimes Spring through Inertia Music in 2009. The primary focus for this album was to use only one instrument per song, using different aspects of each instrument to create layers of melody and percussion. Musicians on this album included Elana Stone, Zoe Hauptmann, Kate Adams and Ruth Wells. Some of the instruments used were upright bass, melodica, harmonium, various guitars, and saxophone. This album was also well received by numerous publications around Australia, and led to an extensive tour of the west of Australia.

2007

His follow-up album Two Faces, which was initially released through Vitamin Records in 2007 was recorded using found sounds (similarly to Matmos), and second disc, made up of exactly the same songs as the first, was recorded with different versions of the songs. This album was well received in Australia, and was also well reviewed by many publications and radio stations, including Triple J, Sydney's FBI Radio, and the Sydney Morning Herald.

2004

After completing a BA in philosophy in Guelph, Ontario, Campeau moved to Sydney, Australia. Campeau slowly built up his recording studio and began composing and recording music, involving mostly intricate guitar work and vocals, layered with programmed beats and synths. He recorded a few demos before releasing Brian Campeau and the Solitary Game in 2004.

1980

Brian Campeau (born 1980) is a Canadian musician, based in Sydney, Australia.

Campeau was born in 1980 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. Having played guitar since the age of 5, Campeau began as a classical player, being taught in Paris, France. Shortly afterwards, his family moved back to his birthplace where he was exposed by new guitar teachers to different, more rock-based styles, which would serve as major influences later on. Towards the end of high-school, he and a few of his friends formed a short lived, but local successful power pop band named The Smokey Murder Sticks. This band relied heavily on the sounds of Weezer, the Police, and Black Sabbath, and managed to release a few demos before disbanding a few years later. The drummer (Jasen Colson), however, would come as an integral part to Campeau's development as a musician, introducing him to bands such as Yes and Genesis. Campeau and Colson soon formed a duo, and began recording complex arrangements at home studios, mostly for the sake of experimentation and creativity.