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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
With the first release in the EX series comes a release to compliment the 14th release on our label, DW/TB: Split EP. 4 remixes from artists such as Blue Neptune, Cristiano Campos, Louigi Verona and the other man on the original release, Textural Being, turn Dub Techno tracks into smooth House Music and Ambient Dub. If you liked the 3 tracks from DeepWarmth on the original release, you will love the remixes.
SecondFace makes his mark on the label with his first release – an Ambient release that floats from start to finish. The album starts off with Nightfall (Down Remix) that just melds great melodies with a spacey mood and adds in drums towards the end. This track is the only one with drums though. The rest give you a feeling of going through space and landing on a planet just in time for Winter. If you have loved any of our past Ambient releases, this one is for you. An album you should not miss.
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.
Darwin or Darlose marks the solo debut of Metylonia. Metylonia is one-half of the group Psymachine, who have already released with the label. The album features a few different music styles ranging from Psy-Trance to Trance and Hardstyle. Darwin or Darlose wasn’t made in a matter of months though, as the songs were made over a period of a few years before they found a home on the album. If you’re into any kind of Trance music, you’ll love the album.
“Mathematical Random Experience” is our first album, which we started composing in the year 2006 till 2009. Many songs didn’t end on this release. The album begins with kind of melodic progressive trance with a psy twist. In the middle of the album it gets more full on with some variety in mood from positive to darker emotions, but still manage to run through smoothly. 3 cooperation songs are released with permission by the other artists’. Main composer on this album is Toman although some songs are made or influenced by Tenda.
This project was started in 2008 and was finished early in 2009 while being headed by James Shain, the head of Cold Fiction Music. This album is full of songs that are inspired by the games of Nicklas ‘Nifflas’ Nygren. The 3 games of Nifflas’ that inspired these songs are Within a Deep Forest, Knytt and Knytt Stories. Nifflas sees his games as works of art and not just games and so are the songs that make up Crystal Greenlands. Nifflas is honored to have an album that is a collection of songs that are inspired by his games. The music ranges from ambient to ambient breaks to jungle and beyond. There is something for everyone on Crystal Greenlands: Nifflas Inspired Music.