Inaugural Sampler Released by C/Fe Records, C/Fe Menagerie Vol. 1

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C/Fe Records, an independent record company, has just released its first sampler highlighting its four most popular bands with three of each of their best songs.

The first C/Fe Records sampler, C/Fe Menagerie Vol. 1, features four bands with three songs each. In keeping to the spirit of the name, C/Fe, the 12 songs include electronic and acoustic sounds and instrumentation each with a range of styles. Listen to the sounds of the Singularity.

The first band, deciBel, begins by infusing their profound and personal lyrics with club friendly beats, they infect their listeners with the addictive characteristics of a state-of-the-art console game.

The Still Lifes, the proper grammar when discussing more than one still life, have already played internationally in Korea and New Zealand as well as around the US. Their spoken word backed up by electronic noise proves to be not only interesting but also memorable and inexplicably catchy.

MusiM will appeal more to the fans of technical, less pop driven forms of music. A one man act, MusiM melds classical guitar with dance beats and jazz with power noise and progressive with hip hop.

AllThisIsMeaningless is perhaps the most radio accessible band on the roster and probably the most eclectic. The one man band strides through dark wave, electro pop and even dips into indie rock.

C/Fe Menagerie Vol. 1 Track List:

2.Tears (Imortal)
The Still Lifes
4.Sebastian Says, "Checkmate I think"
5.Future in Question
6.They Sent Us Their Dreams
8.Paths (lost)
9.Dirt Hero #10
10.Gate 36
11.Hospital Girls
12.The Temptation of St. Anthony

About C/Fe Records
C/Fe Records is a new record label designed on a unique modern music business model. The name of the label is an allusion to Isaac Asimov's I, Robot. The term is used as a symbol for a harmonic relationship between man and robot. C/ Fe Records is an independent record label that is artist owned and operated which means our artists own shares of the company. Since they own shares of the company, they have a greater share in the profits made from their art. For more information:


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