From East Europe to Canada to play Rockabilly magistrally! ‘Paul Cafcae’ amazes everyone with ‘Ontario Rocker’ on Formula Indie the 3rd November!
These past few years have been deafening with an influx of confusion to say the least, and while many people are uncertain about where they are in life, a Russian-Canadian rockabilly enthusiast Paul Cafcae knows exactly where he is. After four years of experimenting with music to find his unique style, Cafcae has finally found his home with his latest LP “Where I Am,” a place he belongs: in a raw yet optimistic rock ‘n’ roll roadhouse, soaked in rockabilly, country, and blues.
If you think that an Eastern European performer has no business dabbling in the Western genres of music, you have another thing coming: the treatments of this records’ songs may range from punk to crooner pop, but they all have that unmistakable underlying Americana theme that has consistently earned Cafcae ovations on Canadian stages. Flared with carefully crafted and amazingly delivered arrangements that include a variety of instruments – harmonica, saxophone, Hammond organ, lap steel guitar, flugelhorn, and even a leather belt and an empty milk bottle – this 35-minute record takes you on quite a journey, keeping you engaged from the first song to the last.