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  1. Aug 03,  · Vinyl records in a host of sizes, speeds, even shapes, were THE way to listen to music in the decades before CDs, MP3s and online storage made them virtually obsolete – for music, at least. Now artists, hobbyists and environmentalists are making vinyl “sing” in a whole new way. Here are a dozen groovy examples. Simply Divinyl.
  2. Either way, Music for Objects is a fine listen, offering CFCF fans the restrained, smart music they crave. But don't expect the usual simplicity, as Silver could now easily be argued into the neo-classical section of any record store or download outlet.8/
  3. A music-maker since age 12, Silver first made a name for himself as CFCF with a series of unofficial remixes in that included Crystal Castles' "Air War," Justice's "Phantom," and Cassie's "Me & U." These bootleg remixes circulated exclusively online, yet their popularity led to a series of commercially available remixes in that included Health's "Triceratops," Sally Shapiro's "Time.
  4. its like spiritual porn music. TZ Comment by Herbert Theodor. So many footnotes. TZ Comment by IndiePulse Music. Reminicent of Alan Parsons Project and Early Robert Fripp Experemental Tracks. TZ Comment by Renaud Vincent. feels. TZ Comment by KLICHé KLICHé. YES YES YES Missing: Bowl.
  5. Blackfield - the collaborative art-rock / alt. pop project between Israeli superstar Aviv Geffen and English songwriter/musician Steven Wilson, returns after a three-year hiatus with For The Music. Black vinyl .
  6. The Canadian Steve Reich of the CloudWave era channels lush new age, house and neo-classical memes on his companion release to 'Exercises'. Inspired by a Wim Wenders film on Yohji Yamamoto called 'Notebook on Cities and Clothes', in particular a part of the score by Laurent Petitgand, Michael Silver (CFCF) was provoked to "look at the everyday objects on my desk and all about my apartment .
  7. My favorite place to find vinyl is the neighborhood Salvation Army Store. I try to buy records that I would never buy for myself to play or to collect. I pick collections of tunes I don’t like or that are so out of date no one has heard of them. I once bought a record that turned out to be a famous composer, conducting his own music.
  8. Jul 15,  · Just as with Exercises, Music for Objects finds CFCF becoming less of a producer and more of a composer, using more traditional instruments (sax, piano, marimba) to delicately layer .

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