Number of Titles
2.8.1986 – 14.2.1989
Areas Album Demo
Nightmares on Y5
Fairchildnight on O-25
Yxon Luna Space
The individual Songtitle and the complete album are available on the Interstellaris Music Bandcamp-Page.
All tracks, as well as the complete albums, are licensed under the
Attribution-Noncommercial-No Derivative Works
4.0 international license.
Regions, territories - visits to different regions, regions.
Description of nightmares on the imaginary planet Y5.
Term from the computer world: Userport was called in the 80s a freely available interface of the Commodore computer. This song was created with a Commodore C64. After this interface, the title is named.
A purely abstract title.
Face = The face, Disc = Storage medium, Landing = Landing.
Is symbolic of: the face (proxy for the personality, the ego), "lands" on a storage medium, is virtually "immortalized" there.
An island cruiser. Someone who "crosses" from island to island. Symbolic for:
An eternally restless seeker after new.
Breton: Gwerz = ballad, Mor = lake
The meaningful translation is: The Song of the Sea.
This title is the first part of the so-called "Breton Landscape Trilogy", an acoustic description of the Breton Sea, the Breton forests (second part) and the "path of the wind" on the Breton Sea (third part), in an abstract manner.
A term used in communications technology. In the 1980s, "baud rate" was the step speed at which data could be transmitted. Bauded Echoes is here symbolic for: How long a message needs to arrive at the recipient and how long you have to wait for a direct response (Echoes).
A constellation of the Northern sky. The Auriga.
An abstract title. A feast for children at night on the imaginary planet O-25.
A term from computer science. An assembler is a program that translates an assembly language, a computer programming language into machine language.
An abstract fantasy title.
From the imaginary planet Yxon Luna, trips to distant worlds (space) are undertaken.
The "Breton Landscape Trilogy", consisting of the titles "Gwerz Mor", "Brao Argoat" and "Hent Avel", is an acoustic description of the Breton Lake, the Breton forests and the wind of the Breton Sea in an abstract manner, here summarized as a complete trilogy.
* The Trilogy is available after the Re-Release of "Timewindows".