If you don’t love classic rock, you might only know Lindsey Buckingham from the Saturday Night Live sketch What Up With That?. That’ll soon change as the Fleetwood Mac singer and guitarist is prepping the release of his new album Seeds We Sow. The solo album was written, performed and produced by no one other than Lindsey. Check out the title track below (courtesy of RollingStone.com). Seeds We Sow will be out on September 6th.
Montreal-based DJ and electronic artist CFCF (aka Michael Silver) releases his anticipated full-length debut, Continent, today on Paper Bag Records! The twelve-track album (which features Silver’s own spin on Fleetwood Mac’s song “Big Love”) is the followup to CFCF’s set of celebrated EPs, Panesian Nights and The Explorers (featuring label mate Sally Shapiro), both released earlier this year. Check out Pitchfork’s 7.7 Album Review of Continent here.
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CFCF has been creating tracks since his pre-teens and has only begun to present his music publicly in the last couple of years. CFCF’s career began to take off with his contest winning remix of Crystal Castles “Air War” and has followed up with a chain reaction of official remixes for talents such as Sally Shapiro, The Presets, HEALTH, The Teenagers and Hearts Revolution among many others.
“For the songs on this album I usually started with an idea in mind of a specific atmosphere I wanted to convey,” says Silver. “That atmosphere, whether it was something hazy, nostalgic, otherworldly or unsettling, was always the first thing to come to a track. The songs range from mid-tempo nu-disco to balearic, house to ambient. Often the basis of the atmosphere was culled from films by Werner Herzog, Michael Mann, David Lynch, and David Cronenberg as well as countless musical influences including Arthur Russell, Saint Etienne, and Tangerine Dream.”
“Like many people his age, Silver obsesses over childhood ephemera. But rather than sate his yearnings with late night eBay binges on Ghostbusters memorabilia, he resurrects ’80s keys and synths, modifying them into a hybrid of sturdy structure mixed with vintage minor chord melody.” – The Fader ‘Gen F’ Feature
“The first sounds… are a slow, bouncing beat matched by a handful of poignant synth tones that could have swirled straight from the hands of a lovesick android… ‘Continent’ is loaded with disco, boogie, Italo, and house influences…”- XLR8R “Artists To Watch”
“CFCF’s debut album ‘Continent’ glides along as if soundtracking its own slick future noir film…sure-footed, elegantly stated electro-pop.”- Pitchfork “Rising” Artist
“Silver’s work is a resurgence of the vibrant disco scene that took over nightclubs in the late-’70s and early-’80s…the songs on ‘Continent’ add up to a cohesive, inviting artist that will appeal to old fans of his remix work while appealing to a truckload of new folks looking for a little more dreamy disco in their lives.” – AOL Spinner
“Seems like everything Montreal’s CFCF touches lately turns to gold. The kid is currently making some of the most authentic, classiest, exquisitely executed disco around.” – Gorilla Vs. Bear