This release is the third conceptual album from Bound Of Reflection. The tracks have a light and atmospheric style, dedicated to the different seasons of nature and the time of day. The compositions are full of many deep pads, pleasant timbre, and have a relaxed atmosphere. This gives the album a general mood and integrity, without a loss of individuality and unique ideas of each individual track. The final track, The Glow, is a minimalist end to the work.
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.
This is our first release from Melomake, which is an EP called Pieces. It features ambient melodies that are accompanied by minimal beats. The combination of melodies and feeling of atmosphere portrayed in the release would make it perfect for a movie soundtrack or as background music in an atmospheric game. The tracks are 320 kbps MP3s, which provide a higher quality of sound.
This split EP marks our first full Dub Techno release on the label and we couldn’t be more happy than to have Textural Being and DeepWarmth release with us. Both artists are up and comers in the Dub Techno scene and we are proud to release their first split EP here on the label. The split EP was inspired by Dublicator, Grit, Coppice Halifax, Hieronymus and Thomas Fehlmann. Also if you liked Sage Taylor’s album on our label then you should also love this one.
We are proud to bring more ambient music to you. This is the first EP from Protofuse on the label and we couldn’t be happier to release it. It features a few songs with minimal beats, but overall it is really more on the ambient side. If you like your ambient to be minimal and to have sparse beats at times then this is the EP for you.
This release is our first double MP3 release. This means that if it was on CD it would fill up 2 CDs. This album comes from Louigi Verona and is minimal ambient music that guides you through space and through the peaceful parts of earth. Drones of Nature was made in 2008, but hasn’t found a home till this year and we are proud to release it.
The debut album from Matt Wolfe is finally here. Featuring a lot of hand crafted beats and crazy layers of sound, this is one crazy good album. If you like any kind of electronic music, then this will be an album you will be sure to love for a long time to come.
Sunrise in Space is all about piano and how it can sound over a long period of time. Each of the songs on this album are very long but do a good job of keeping you interested. The album features only 3 songs, but each song is very long and drawn out. If you like your ambient slow and dreamy, and with piano, this is for you. Inspired by the radio program Hearts of Space this takes you on a journey like you’re floating through space.
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.
A long time coming this release is the first release that features songs from artists on the label and a few who are being introduced as artists on the label. Featuring everything from Downtempo to Psy-Trance and Ambient this release should suit everyone. Iced Over World introduces Riatsu, and the solo debut of Metylonia (one half of Psymachine). Iced Over World really shows off the talented artists on Cold Fiction Music while showing how different the music styles are.
Foxy Fruit Salad, debut album from Moxil & Taxil combines fractured industrial rhythms, live bass playing and ethereal pads with a glitch-hop sensibility that’s firmly rooted in the experimental outings of artists like Odd Nosdam and Boards of Canada. Though influence of the album comes from a very specific sector in electronic music, it manages to pick up many other styles of music and blends them into its mix. It is the hope of the musician behind this project that the listener of this album will enjoy it and its bite-sized tracks, play after play after play after play…
“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.
Pigments of your Imagination, Sage Taylor’s 2009 album, began as an afterthought for 2007’s ‘Manufacture your Brothers.’ Where that album was decidedly warm and mystical (in the furthest-reaching senses of the words), POYI was to take a more relaxed, cooler (but not colder) route. The result was two years of experimenting with new techniques that ultimately ended up in a dubbier, more ambient sound, as opposed to the warm, almost hip-hop approach that permeated MYB. After the dust settled, the tracks were arranged, and what you see here is the final product of two years worth of work, rolled into an hour and sixteen minutes of chilled out ambient techno that’s pleased to finally see its release on a label, where others will hopefully enjoy it for a long time to come.