Cam Shaw
The Map Room
Thu October 12 @ 6:30 PM (Doors: )
21 and up
$10.00 Buy Tickets
Cam Shaw is an Indie/Hip-Hop artist and producer. His songs touch on themes like the inner self, love/romance, mental health, and just good vibes.

Cam's genre blending music does not shy away from vulnerability, often discussing deep personal beliefs and struggles. Drawing inspiration from Mac Miller, The Beatles, Frank Ocean, and Still Woozy, he has crafted his own sound that lands somewhere between Hip-Hop, Rnb, and Indie Pop.
Cam primarily operates as a one man operation, recording, producing, and mixing music from his home studio. After building up a catalog and creating his own unique sound, he now performs live at venues in NYC.

Damon Isaac Smith is a NYC-based pianist, songwriter, improviser. He's a graduate of the New England Conservatory of Music and performs as a sideman and performer with the legendary "Losers Lounge" series at Joe's Pub (2014 onward). He started his career at the Paul Green School of Rock, performing and touring with artists such as Jon Anderson of Yes, Napoleon Murphy Brock of Frank Zappa's band, and Burlap to Cashmere. He's played his original music at the Stone, Highline Ballroom, the Knitting Factory, CBGB's, and the Bitter End, and as a sideman in festivals such as Lollapalooza, Austin City Limits, and Zappanale. His debut solo album, "Intimate Machinery," came out on ERASED! tapes in December 2017. His second album "God of the Grid" came out in March 2019. The "River of Regret" EP followed in November 2020.