Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher on Depression, Finding Clifford Jordan’s Music, and Working with Mike Sapone (Phoenix New Times)

I recently got a chance to interview Cameron Boucher from Sorority Noise (whose new album “You’re Not As ___ As You Think” is fucking stellar, to put it mildly). We talked about depression, jazz, and what it was like working with Mike Sapone.

Phoenix New Times: Sorority Noise’s Cameron Boucher on Depression, Finding Clifford Jordan’s Music, and Working with Mike Sapone

 

 

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