Researching The Rings features never before released tracks from James & Owen as well as two revisions of previously released singles.
Genre: Minimal Techno
Techno of high quality straight from Japan. Shades of Minimal and Dub Techno on this fantastic release.
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.
Virabelo brings us some minimal techno that is very on the minimal side. The music is very light and has an airy feeling with some glitches thrown in from time to time. You won’t find very many, if any, bass lines in this EP, but the music more than makes up for the lack of these lines. These 8 tracks are sure to get stuck in your head and stay there for a long time to come. We are glad to have Virabelo release his kind of minimal techno with us and hope to see more from him in the future.
The man behind Agathan brings us his first release since helping get Cold Fiction Music off the ground. This time around he is bringing us some Minimal Techno under his Zimmermann alias. Nine very good tracks make up Mehr, Bitte. There may only be 9 tracks on the album, but they include some very good stuff and 1 remix that you can’t even tell was a solo piano piece before it got remixed. There’s even a song based off of the windows 95 startup music done by Brian Eno. Zimmermann really shows what he can do on this album with such highlights as Something Warm and You Are Here, I Am There.
The 4 songs that make up this EP come from a live set that Pembls played. We are very proud to have Pembls on board and releasing this fine EP. The songs are of a Minimal Techno, and IDM style and are very relaxing and songs you can get lost in. The 2 pictures used for the album art actually come from the festival that he played the liveset at.