Camp | Biography
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In addition to his work under the Camp guise (and numerous others), Montreal based David Turgeon is founder and director of the influential Canadian label No Type.
Turgeon describes himself as an "obfuscationist composer, strategist of sonic vagueness, and sometimes even performer". He is also known as "a graphic designer, DJ (as part of the 10,000 Teenage Girl Posse) inventor of arcane programming languages and the author of a graphic novel".
Turgeon first collaborated with Fällt in 2001 to create 'It's the same thing over and over!/Why don't you try some vocal house?' - the third release in Fällt sub-label Fodder described by Turgeon as "a post-click/static-house Double B-Side, 100% sourced from the Force Inc. back catalogue".