My Favorite Songs of 2015, Part 1: Alphaxone, Blackalicious, CFCF, Rob Clouth, Cold Showers & The Declining Winter
Ominous ambience, funky hip-hop, pan-global instrumentals, crushing electronica, elegant post-punk, and forlorn post-rock.
Reading: Dead Can Dance’s Origins, Internet Outrage, Bill Cosby, Penn & Teller, Mad Max, the Death of the Universe & more
Also: Planned Parenthood, building Minas Tirith, the state of web design, atheists and Christian rock, and more.
In Rotation: Pilotpriest, Cascading Slopes, The Green Kingdom, Tim Story & CFCF (Review)
Cinematic electronic music, Quaker-influenced synthpop, spacious ambient dub, atmospheric chamber music, and exotic instrumentals.
My Favorite Songs of 2014, Part 1: 2:54, The Choir, Chromeo, Desiderii Marginis, Flying Lotus, Ben Frost & More
Swirling shoegaze, Christian psych-rock, dark ambient and industrial, ’80s-style disco pop, and more.
Outsiders EP by CFCF (Review)
For all of their engineering, programming, and whatnot, it’s to Silver’s credit that these songs never seem sterile or artificial.