Aliceffekt
The Neauismetic albums are audio diaries from the early ages of the Neauismetica.

Es gulf sunflowers

Es Gulf Sunflowers tale remembers the gorgeous sunken fields of Es - the underwater jump gate to Dinaisth, for its vast ocean terrace and display of sunflowers.

Damoiseau canalx

Damoiseau Canalx was created in the spirit of Blam, exploring industrial sounds with 2-step styles.

The album was recorded live, at Passport in Montreal during the last AMP event and is being released as-is.

The album was composed as side project while working on Ten Axitecture and includes bits and pieces from Blam.

Korben Dallas (Morning Scene)Pop In The Year 9000Blam, Le Passage SacrilegeA Thousand Times Parix

The sixth season

The Sixth Season sings the Neauismetic tales of the sixth season, or the establishment of the Oasis.

Whiinders and the likes, raising tents hoping for a glorious end in memory of Rlionn.

This album established the sound that Aliceffekt decided to persue for the Neauismetic releases.

The Dilitriel RehersalBuilding for the festival aux Jardins d'Opal90Va Deafening lightsThe ThéâtreLanterns, stars and Rlionn's daughtersWe are driving the Millionth Nebulum CompressorThis time's place

Vetetrandes lettres

Vetetrandes Lettres's songs sings of the first ages of Dinaisth on the island of Vetetrandes.

While the album begins in Vetetrandes, it moves to the shores of Dilitrielth and turns its attention across Kanikule and toward the Es'Gulf of Eaurison.

The album includes 4 edited tracks from the Es Gulf Sunflowers release. The Ver'Tale extension is a hint to a location of Whiinders, close to the visited Vert Kirlian Theatre.

The album begins with a track about Yajnev, the composition is based on his trip near the white trees of the Oasis and the Children of Brambles.

The album is part of Aliceffekt's Neauismetic albums.

The tales of Yajnev are coming into focusBuilding for the foundations of EaurisonWe built cities in hexagonsCoastal, seen from the other shoresOur forgotten alphabetA Summer Spent Sunken (Ver'Tale)Never Tell Evelyn Of This Place (Ver'Tale)Building for the festival aux Jardins d'Opal (Ver'Tale)Views from within the Millionth Nebulum

From saharaphorest

From Saharaphorest is a Laeisthic album telling the tale of a visit at Paradichlorisse.

I recorded the album playing through cassette tapes and fell in love with the recording for it's uneasy sounds and noisy silences - It felt like it somehow made sense with this album.

The first 3 tracks are ripped from cassette tapes, and the last one is a single clean mastered version.

There was 5 tapes made and given to fans at shows as artworks.

This release is related to Vert Kirlian Theatre album, released in 2008.

Ehrivevnv studies

The Ehrivevnv Studies is a Laeisthic album exploring Andes' offices in Dinaisth.

This album was composed for and performed at Blip Festival Tokyo on October 21st 2012 and reissued on april 15th 2013, including some changes from the Melbourne Squaresound Show.

The track names contains encrypted Lietal. The first track is decrypted into "Simkin Kamsi" and can be translated to Time Structure, refering to The Library of Sand. The second track, "Xomsinsom Kim Yajnev", can be translated to Yajnev's Curse and refers to the short Yajnev's Thoughts. The third track is titled "Ko Sokamxi" which simply means The Impossible Exploration.

ami -> vloks -> Ihom -> ykim -> w

Following are the resulting transformations using the previous encryption.

Telekinetic

Telekinetic is a Laeisthic concept album performed live with the Leap Motion controller at Sabaco in Tokyo.

The event was recorded and can still be watched online on UStream. There was a short article on CNET about the event as well. The album cover features an alternate door to Nataniev's Library of Sand ornated of the number 210 in Needle Numbers as well as the Lietal letters BI, TI, TA, SI, PO.

You can watch a a demo of the prototype.

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