Genre: Dub Techno

CFM096 / Downscope / Sep 29, 2017

Downscope is an artist we’ve followed for some time and when we were given the chance to release music by him we felt his music is a good fit. Minimal, Deep and dark tinges of the Dub Techno spectrum he produces making for a quite interesting sound. Atmospheric in a sense and one that sees the listener drifting off into a land of fog on Rites of Passage.

CFM095 / Xpire / Aug 11, 2017

Ludvig Cimbrelius joins the label as Xpire. An alias that he used to make Techno and Jungle under. Atmospheric Techno and a little bit of Jungle is on display showing off an early evolution into the sounds he’s making today. Ending with a fantastic Ambient piece, this shows how well he’s been all along at making music.

CFM094 / Various Artists / Jun 15, 2017

Our 2017 installment of our long running Dub, Deep and Ambient Techno series showcases a lot of new artists to the series, some returning favorites and a very modern sound. Showcasing the ever changing sound of Dub Techno, this one is sure to delight.

CFM093 / ex-Origin / May 19, 2017

ex-Origin produces a sound one can call Dub Techno. It leans heavily on the Techno side of the sound while still being atmospheric. His first release on the label is a 3 track Ep that showcases a talent that can only get better from here on out. A fine addition to the label, and one to not be missed.

CFM088 / HiKE / Oct 14, 2016

HiKE returns with a fantastic Deep Techno Ep on the label. Shades of Dub Techno throughout the release,focused more on the atmospheres in the Techno realm than anything else. Smooth atmospheres highlight this release. Another fantastic HiKE release and an artist we’re proud to release.

CFM087 / DRGBL5 / Sep 30, 2016

DRGBL5 is a new addition to the label with a clean sounding Techno EP with Dub Techno overtones. Slow, broading rhythms highlight this fantastic release. Another good Russian artist to add to the label.

CFM084 / Various Arists / Jul 8, 2016

Futur[e]cho returns to the label once again for the 2016 installment. Pairing big named artists with up and comers in the Dub and Ambient Techno scene. This year’s release showcases a more modern sound in the world of Dub Techno and Ambient Techno. Fifteen tracks highlight the ever changing sound of Dub Techno, blurring the lines at times between Dub Techno and Ambient Techno. We are proud to be able to bring such talented artists together for another fantastic and mesmerizing release in the series.

CFM078 / HiKE / Mar 11, 2016

HiKE is a brand new artist to the label and brings his own brand of Dub Techno infused with field recordings from transit stations in Germany. In his own words:
Deutsche Bahn, means German railway and is also the name of the government owned company for train traffic in Germany.
The tracks on this EP are based on field recordings I have made on rail and subway stations in 4 German cities. Many of the sounds are made from mangling these samples.

CFM074 / Outward Roots / Jan 16, 2016

EP2

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.

CFM071 / Outward Roots / Oct 9, 2015

EP1

This is the first release from Outward Roots (Owen Ni & DeepWarmth) and they blend an Ambient style with Techno rhythms and create atmospheric sounds on this three track release.

CFM068 / Various Artists / Aug 28, 2015

Our 2015 edition of Futur[e]cho brings in a lot of new faces, retains some old ones and has a great feel of atmospheric techno. Everyone went above and beyond what we thought possible for tracks and this release will for sure surprise you. Lots of artists try out new styles to entice the listener that the music can always change as time goes by. Futur[e]cho 2015 is more of a chilled out bliss release, but still very much fits the themes of the series. So why don’t you take a journey along with us?

CFM021-B / Textural Being / Jun 25, 2015

Our 21st album on the label was the first solo release from Textural Being on the label. Combining an ever changing sound, this was a popular release on the label. Sage has always felt he could have done better on the mastering, so here is the official remaster of Proximity. The original release came with a bonus remix Ep, but that is not here.

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.

CFM059 / aspect. / Dec 4, 2014

bp4

By way of introduction, Portland, OR, producer Sage Taylor offers bp4, a floating dub techno track to demonstrate the new alias… Or, that’s how it began, anyway. A few months, several emails and many remixes later, an album is born. Calling on multiple sources of talent spread across the far flung corners of the world, Sage has gathered an impressive list of remixers, including: Mandrasigma, Rabbit Rabbit, Zander One, Katsura, Substak, Fingers in the Noise, Zwei Kreise, Desove, Warmth, Coppice Halifax and The Downgrade Complex… And as a bonus, at the end, are two alternate mixes by aspect. himself. It’s an album for rainy days and headphones… One to get lost in.

CFM058 / The Downgrade Complex / Nov 8, 2014

Our 58th release in the series comes from The Downgrade Complex who started off our 2014 edition of Futur[e]cho. He brings a wall of noise filled melodies and thumping kicks to the album before giving way to several remixers who give their own takes on several of his tracks.