Polygon-Boy returns to the label for a lo-fi electronic adventure, bringing along fellow artist, and long time favorite of the label, The Dandelion Council. Filtered Downtempo and Ambient highlight this release.
A return to the label with a more somber mood than before. This is an album in remembrance of her grandmother who passed away. An album of powerful, emotional and noisy Ambient before giving way to 2 different versions of the tracks Pulse Angel and In Slow Motion.
Louigi returns to the label for the 5th highlight release of his ongoing and very large Droning project. Another longform piece of Dronescape with an ethereal feeling and shimmering moods. One to not miss!
Louigi Verona highlights his Droning project once again with a 4th collection of favorites from the ever growing series. Smooth, deep and shimmering tracks on this release highlight a similar mood.
Edmahnd returns to the label this time with a release all of his own. Shades of Steve Roach’s Ambient excursions into the deep kicks floating off into the distant lands are showcased, and then Edmahnd shows off his pure Ambient side on the final track.
This is an album that has helped shape the current sound of Drone Ambient that James Shain is quickly becoming known for. This album is now back again, this time in high quality formats and expanded with 3 extra tracks not found on the original release.
DeepWarmth returns to the label for his second entry in the ongoing remix collection series Night Sessions. Featuring remixes from 2015 including an unreleased aspect. remix and a brand new tune, This one shows his ever changing remixing style, one that sees him trying to input his Ambient sound into everything.
The second release by Outward Roots showcases a minimal sound focused more on the Ambient side of the duo. Minimal beats flow in and out of this 3 track Ep and could almost be called entirely Ambient. Two different tracks highlight the ever changing sound ending with a Version track that removes the beat completely.
This is the official digital release of the classic Ambient album Raintime. Sage Taylor channels his inspirations of Brian Eno and Harold Budd among many others on this album filed with Rhodes and Piano among other things, including field recordings of local storms.
SHiMOTET joins the ever growing roster with a release that could be described as light, airy and playful. A unique sound that sounds as much as Ambient Techno as it does Downtempo. Giving 4 tracks for his first release on the label, and hopefully not the last, we see the sound change from Ambient to Ambient Techno to Downtempo ending with a chopped up vocals infused playful and light Techno track.
Our first album from Polygon-Boy fuses chiptune like beats, odd sounds, Ambient and Downtempo for his first release on the label. Reminding us of artists like Ten and Tracer and The Dandelion Council, this is an honor for us to release.
Our first album from [intentionally left blank] is a sonic mashing of beats, noise, textures and other sounds to create a concept album about heading out as a person inside the internet. From the entering, all the way to the getting home, this is one album you won’t forget. Deep sounds and atmosphere dominate this album.
The 64th main series release sees James Shain returning to the label with his album Floating Suns. An early look at his Space Ambient with a more minimal approach to the sound, while still being melodic in nature. This was the second album ever completed, and after all this time finally sees the light of day. This was also the first album Sage Taylor mastered.
Light Clouds has been in the works almost since the start of Cold Fiction Music in some form or another. We finally are able to bring 11 tracks of Ambient from 10 great artists. The styles are quite varied on the album including Drone, Space Ambient, Dark Ambient and Piano music. We hope there is something for all Ambient lovers.
James Shain returns to the label, previously releasing as lilmanjs, with another album filled with spacey dronescapes to relax with. Three lush dronescapes are accented by 2 long minimal dronescapes that call a more minimal sense of floating through space highlighted by sparse and distant leads at times. For those a fan of Sunrise in Space and Fading Starlight, this album will be sure to please.