Cameron Gilmour is an Australian musician and writer based in Melbourne. He began playing the drums at the age of 14, studying a wide range of musical genres including punk, jazz and hip-hop – an eclectic mix that would subsequently have a profound influence on his style as an artist.
In 2006, he joined Melbourne alternative band, Behind Crimson Eyes as their drummer and was signed to RoadRunner Records, subsequently releasing two albums (‘A Revelation for Despair’ & ‘Behind Crimson Eyes – Self-Titled’), which sold over 25,000 copies nationwide. In 2009, he departed from the band to pursue a solo project, which evolved into his current role as a music producer. Having written tracks for various Australian hip-hop artists including Seven, Crochet Crooks and Justice, he is set to release his debut EP in 2013.
In 2010, he became the official drummer for Australian hip-hop artist Illy. He holds a Bachelor degree of Social Science – Psychology (Pass with Distinction), from RMIT University. He is a contributing writer to Groupie Magazine and We Are Not Obscene, and has established a blog.