Genre: Dronescape

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!

View ReleaseDroning Project Vol 5

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.

View ReleaseProject Droning Vol 4

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.

View ReleaseAmong Stars [Expanded & Remastered]

CFM064 / James Shain / May 2, 2015

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.

View ReleaseFloating Suns

CFM047 / James Shain / May 11, 2013

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.

View ReleaseAmong Stars

CFM020 / Louigi Verona / Jan 16, 2011

This release is Louigi Verona’s second effort on Cold Fiction Music. It contains only 1 song, but it is great Dronescape music from Louigi that we’ve come to love. This release is about the troposphere, which is the lowest portion of Earth’s atmosphere. Most of the phenomena we associate with day-to-day weather occurs in the troposphere. This composition is a lot about hovering, visualizing sound and observation. Louigi also recommends that while it is absolutely fine to listen to the tune in the background, the greatest experience is to listen to it carefully, in a room with good speakers or even better with your headphones. By giving this sound landscape your full attention, you are guaranteed to take one of the most curious adventures through sound, imagination and the heights of the troposphere.

View ReleaseLife In The Troposphere