What initially drew us to CFCF was his restraint. The way he could make instrumentals sound interesting without turning them into full blown rave-ups and the way he could capture gauzy nostalgia in his music without the sense that he's looking back at some time he never actually lived. "Monolith" is just over seven minutes of carefully crafted (and spaced out) build, culminating in a piano line that sounds just classic enough for us to feel like we spent the entire night doing dangerous drugs in a warehouse. Good times? CFCF's debut full-length Continent will be out at the end of October.
Download: CFCF, "Monolith"