Cold Blue Music
- Mark Alburger
American record label. Cold Blue Music is a Los-Angeles-based new-music label, which focuses on West Coast minimalism, post-minimalism, and maximalism. The company was founded by jim Fox , who produced a series of nine albums from 1981 to 1984. Of these, seven were 10-inch EPs of music by Barney Childs, Peter Garland, Read Miller, Daniel Lentz, Chas Smith, Michael Jon Fink, and Rick Cox; and two were LPs: Lentz’s Point Conception and the anthology album Cold Blue, featuring music from Eugene Bowen, Harold Budd, Michael Byron, Cox, Fink, Fox, Garland, John Kuhlman, Lentz, Ingram Marshall, Miller, Smith, and James Tenney. Reemerging in December 2000, Cold Blue has released three to four new CDs per year, including works by Larry Polansky (Four-Voice Canons, 2002), Byron (Awakening at the Inn of the Birds, 2003), Smith, Fink, David Mahler, Fox (The City the Wind Swept Away, 2004), Cox, Steve Peters (...