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-CFCF is the stage name of Canadian electronic musician [artist][bandmember]Michael Silver[/artist][/bandmember]. Based in Montreal, Silver took the name CFCF from the call sign of the city's CFCF-TV.+CFCF is the stage name of Canadian electronic musician [bandmember]Michael Silver[/bandmember]. Based in [placeformed]Montreal[/placeformed], Silver took the name CFCF from the call sign of the city's CFCF-TV.
-CFCF's debut LP, 'Continent', was an impressive collage of vintage electronic textures evoking grandiose landscapes worthy of a Michael Mann film. 'The River', an EP based partly on Werner Herzog's classic film Fitzcarraldo, deepened a growing obsession with conjuring far-away landscapes and voyages through a style which is at times melancholy, propulsive and ecstatic. Working in genres ranging from house and disco to ambient and new age to rap and R&B, and pulling influences from Peter Gabriel and Popol Vuh to Mr. Fingers and DJ Screw, CFCF's music is at once versatile and far-reaching yet eminently listenable and recognizably pop, and always vivid.+CFCF's debut LP, [album artist=CFCF]Continent[/album], was an impressive collage of vintage electronic textures evoking grandiose landscapes worthy of a Michael Mann film. [album artist=CFCF]The River[/album], an EP based partly on Werner Herzog's classic film Fitzcarraldo, deepened a growing obsession with conjuring far-away landscapes and voyages through a style which is at times melancholy, propulsive and ecstatic. Working in genres ranging from house and disco to ambient and new age to rap and R&B, and pulling influences from [artist]Peter Gabriel[/artist] and [artist]Popol Vuh[/artist] to [artist]Mr. Fingers[/artist] and [artist]DJ Screw[/artist], CFCF's music is at once versatile and far-reaching yet eminently listenable and recognizably pop, and always vivid.
-Since these two releases Silver has stayed busy with a series of evolving mixtapes. 'Do U Like Nightbus?' explores the titular "genre" through his remixes of Aaliyah, Ciara and 'Twin Peaks', while 'Reincarnation' presents a dark mindmeld of exotic chants, pounding drums, R&B crooners and menacing dancefloors. As with his own music, you get the feeling you are embarking on a fantastic journey to an unknown destination.+Since these two releases Silver has stayed busy with a series of evolving mixtapes. [album artist=CFCF]Do U Like Nightbus?[/album] explores the titular "genre" through his remixes of Aaliyah, Ciara and 'Twin Peaks', while [album artist=CFCF]Reincarnation[/album] presents a dark mindmeld of exotic chants, pounding drums, R&B crooners and menacing dancefloors. As with his own music, you get the feeling you are embarking on a fantastic journey to an unknown destination.
-As a DJ, CFCF has toured across Europe and the Americas in a variety of contexts. He’s DJed with indie acts such as Toro y Moi, Neon Indian, and Caribou, played The Museum Of Modern Art’s PS1 venue with Animal Collective and Oneohtrix Point Never and full on parties with Hercules and Love Affair and The Juan MacLean among many others.+As a DJ, CFCF has toured across Europe and the Americas in a variety of contexts. He’s DJed with indie acts such as [artist]Toro y Moi[/artist], [artist]Neon Indian[/artist], and [artist]Caribou[/artist], played The Museum Of Modern Art’s PS1 venue with [artist]Animal Collective[/artist] and [artist]Oneohtrix Point Never[/artist], and performed full-on parties with [artist]Hercules and Love Affair[/artist] and [artist]The Juan MacLean[/artist] among many others.
-[officialsite][url]www.soundcloud.com/cfcf[/url][/officialsite]. +[officialsite]www.soundcloud.com/cfcf[/officialsite].

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-http://paperbagrecords.com/bands/cfcf;+http://paperbagrecords.com/bands/cfcf
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFCF_(musician) http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/CFCF_(musician)

Current Version (version 8, 8 May 2012, 03:52)

CFCF is the stage name of Canadian electronic musician Michael Silver. Based in Montreal, Silver took the name CFCF from the call sign of the city's CFCF-TV. CFCF's debut LP, Continent, was an impressive collage of vintage electronic textures evoking grandiose landscapes worthy of a Michael Mann film. The River, an EP based partly on Werner Herzog's classic film Fitzcarraldo, deepened a growing obsession with conjuring far-away landscapes and voyages through a style which is at times melancholy, propulsive and ecstatic. Working in genres ranging from house and disco to ambient and new age to rap and R&B, and pulling influences from Peter Gabriel and Popol Vuh to Mr. Fingers and DJ Screw, CFCF's music is at once versatile and far-reaching yet eminently listenable and recognizably pop, and always vivid. Since these two releases Silver has stayed busy with a series of evolving mixtapes. Do U Like Nightbus? explores the titular "genre" through his remixes of Aaliyah, Ciara, and Twin Peaks, while Reincarnation presents a dark mindmeld of exotic chants, pounding drums, R&B crooners, and menacing dancefloors. As with his own music, you get the feeling you are embarking on a fantastic journey to an unknown destination. As a DJ, CFCF has toured across Europe and the Americas in a variety of contexts. He’s DJed with indie acts such as Toro y Moi, Neon Indian, and Caribou, played The Museum Of Modern Art’s PS1 venue with Animal Collective and Oneohtrix Point Never, and performed full-on parties with Hercules and Love Affair and The Juan Maclean among many others. www.soundcloud.com/cfcf.