Terms with the Discography tag.
Collected Works, is a collection of chiptune works written between 2008 and 2015.
This release includes the complete Storm Transit record, as well as a few original Malice tracks and the Merveilles Portable soundtrack.
Children of Bramble is a Laeisthic album that contains four tracks that sings of the Oasis of Rlionn and her Children.
This album begins by the Oasis of Laeisth to finally reach the castle of Andes and its sandsunken structure. This single is part of the Neauismetica, and shares some narrative concepts with Telekinetic.
Known Magye is a Laeisthic album telling the tales of the industrious times of Dinaisth.
Sometimes reminiscent of the compositions of Children of bramble, sometimes of the drowned sounds of Telekinetic, this single is a fair mix of ambient and breaks.
The album was recorded live from San Fransisco's POW POW POW which was controlled entirely with the Leap Motion.
Extended sleep is the Laeisthic sequel to Known Magye, a deeper exploration of its universes, its stories.
The album will be first performed at the A Maze Festival in Berlin, on April 23rd 2015.
The Opal Inquisitors is the first Duomic album, where Neonev departs from central Dinaisth and head through the Dei Dain Canals.
These recordings are photographs taken aboard the Vermillionth tunneler, traveling up the spires of Duomo.
Portalion is the second Duomic album, where Neonev leaves Duomo to explore the of the northernest shores of Laeisth.
On a foggy night of the Sixth Season, embarking on one of the vessels of the Septechoes in the desert of Clionn, Neonev sails toward Whiinders to see its Immortal Birds once more.
Dei Dain is the third Duomic album, where Neonev travels from the desert of Laeisth to the nightly scapes of Dilitrielth.
Superworker is a concept album created entirely with Teenage Engineering's PO24.
The album contains 3 tracks created from over 80 sessions, arranged into chiptune experiments.
Due to the lack of power during the 4 weeks long ocean crossing, the pocket battery powered synth proved to be the perfect composition tool. The tracks also include spoken words from Alan Watts.
Supervisitor is a concept album created with Arturia's analog and monophonic Microbrute synthetiser.
The Oquonie Soundtrack, Impossible Spaces, is the ambient score of the game Oquonie.
The Rabbits Soundtrack is the drone audio tracks of the Hundred Rabbits video diaries.
The Purgateus Soundtrack is the score for the Purgateus remix of the game Proteus.