Each release is 4 tracks long, and includes an animation video version of the album art.
Eschatolor is the fourth release on the Beldam Records catalog.
Written by Катя Тевелизион, this album was inspired from russian number stations.
It was recorded playing through the FM band, from the EFLI 103.0Mhz pirate radio station in Montreal, giving it its texture and warmth.
Following Miniscopie, Looking Glace is Reine's second release on Beldam Records.
Painting a harsher, and more complete picture of her acoustic universe where the liquid sounds and suffocating vocoder are incessantly present.
Miniscopie is the second release on the Beldam Records catalog, and first album of Reine.
Written by Reine, this album combines ambient and deep IDM flavoured sounds. The album is the first music release from Elodie, who also created the Vast book.
Ramiel is the third release on the Beldam Records catalog.
Written by Villa Moirai, this album is an even mixture and techno and idm. The album name and cover are a tribute to the geometric angel of the Evangelion anime series.
Ten Axitecture is the first release on the Beldam Records catalog. Written by Aliceffekt, this album combines acoustic instruments and IDM.
The 4 tracks are interpretations of different fictional worlds that have played a role in the Aliceffekt narrative: Eudoxie from Calvino's Invisible Cities, Borges' Tlon and Schuiten's Citees Obscures.
This soundtrack release, written by Aliceffekt for the mobile application Verreciel, features a fair dose of breaks and Beldam's signature vocoded synths.