Genre: Drone

CFM-CD02 / Various Artists / Dec 12, 2016

Our second Cd release is a somewhat different one than our first Cd. While still having Coppice Halifax on board, this also has eleven other artists, some new to the label, and others label favorites. No Techno on display making this a fully Ambient release in nature. Forest of Sound showcases the sounds we are currently interested in in the world of Ambient.

CFM079 / Louigi Verona / Apr 30, 2016

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!

CFM077 / Louigi Verona / Feb 26, 2016

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.

CFM047-B / James Shain / Feb 16, 2016

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.

CFM-CD01 / Coppice Halifax / Mar 11, 2015

Our first Cd release is from the man who wears many hats, but keeps gracing our label with remixes and appearances in the Futur[e]cho series. Coppice Halifax brings 5 tracks of Deep Ambient Techno that also fuses in the feeling of Drone. Call it what you will, this is sure to please fans of the label, and if you don’t already know who Coppice Halifax is, a new artist to dive into.

CFM060 / DeepWarmth / Dec 19, 2014

A collection of DeepWarmth remixes that showcase the vast styles of his remixing skills with 6 of his remixes. Starting off with an Owen Ni remix of the DeepWarmth track Status, the release then kicks into gear a chill vibe with the bp4 remix melting into a remix of the Coppice Halifax track Leaf Cloak, giving it a view of the Night before diving under the water for a spaced out remix of Tides pt, 1 from Textural Being along with a rainy evening remix of Experience. After ending with 2 Drone style remixes for Coppice Halifax, with a flare for Techno, and Zander One with the only fully Ambient remix to date to round things off.

CFM-EX3 / Beneath The World / Sep 16, 2014

Our first single from Beneath The World is upon us. Featuring Chill ambient style music with laid back basslines and jungle/dnb drum loops underneath making this a unique IDM and Chillout release. The 2 tracks feature swirling synths, rhodes, pads and more to wind down the day.

CFM054 / Various Artists / Apr 19, 2014

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.

CFM052 / DJ DeepWarmth / Feb 2, 2014

DJ DeepWarmth shows up on the label with our first release of anything close to House music. You might know DJ DeepWarmth better as DeepWarmth and this is a way to show that House music has a place in his style of music. Two Minimal House tracks are featured, and then 3 artists take over remixing duties from the likes of D’Bug’D, Substak and Zwei Kreise.

CFM034 / Sage Taylor / Apr 26, 2012

Sage Taylor is back for another release on the label, this time bringing Space Ambient to you. Distant Constellation is a collection of Drones from his 404? days and features an unreleased tune as the title track of the album. Floating away into space is what you’ll be feeling, but at the same time a sense of melody while very slow and some great ambiance to go along with it. If you’re a fan of any of the previous Drone releases, you’ll be sure to love this album from a true master.

CFM027 / Louigi Verona / Sep 30, 2011

Louigi Verona returns to the label for another release, this time starting off a series of releases entitled Droning. Droning is an ongoing project to produce a great number of drone recordings of praiseworthy duration and extreme static nature. It is also intentionally positioned in no particular way. It is not announced as a work of art, nor it is presented as not a work of art. In fact, the only thing said about “droning” is that it is a project to create certain type of audio recordings. What you get are those audio recordings. How you use them and how you understand them is up to you.