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CFCF is the moniker of Mike Silver, an indie electronic producer from Montreal, Canada, who established himself as an inventive remixer before making his commercial production debut in 2008. A music-maker since age 12, Silver first made a name for himself as CFCF with a series of unofficial remixes in 2007 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 2008 that included Health's "Triceratops," Sally Shapiro's "Time to Let Go," and Heartsrevolution's "Choose Your Own Adventure." Having established himself sufficiently as an inventive remixer, Silver made his production debut as CFCF in 2008 with a 7" single on the Acéphale label, You Hear Colours. Limited to 500 copies on white vinyl, You Hear Colours was widely circulated in the music blogosphere and drummed up plenty of anticipation for Panesian Nights (2009), a seven-track EP released on the fashionable Toronto-based label Paper Bag Records. He followed up this release with his first full-length album, Continent, which was released by Paper Bag in November of that same year. In 2012 he launched a series of EPs that aimed to explore "the lighter side of our relationship with our surroundings." The health-minded Exercises EP introduced the series that year with Music for Objects following in 2013. Silver took a different tack on his second full-length Outside; arriving in October 2013, the album featured more atmospheric tracks dominated by vocals.