Simulakron - The Legendary Planet Earth
music project
tags: ableton, final cut, analog synths

The year is 2001. Сhaos covers the small serving city, situated deep down beneath the colony. People are disappearing, mysterious virus strain turning them into crazies.The scientist and his brave friend major David are trying to escape the sealed underworld facility.

They disarming the guards and using teleport terminal to steal a race spaceship. Taking a capsule with infected blood they are rushing towards skyline. Their mission is to reach legendary planet to save their small world.

The leader of colonies, the super solar computer, is sending spacetime patrol to catch them. Trying to run away from unstoppable Colonial Falcon, chasing them from jupiterbase Alpha, the scientist is reprogramming the doomsday machine, and, they becoming invisible by jumping into the hyperspace.

Finally, they are reaching the legendary planet and happy to bring the message from the stars. But the emperor of Earth is not that exсited to see unexpected strangers from the night sky. He's forcing them to play Deathball 3000, where they have to defeat two-headed mechanical mutant built from chrome and blood.

Without a doubt, major throwing his magnetic laseraxe and decapitating the monster. The audience of arena is applauding enthusiastically and the emperor deciding to help travelers. Next day, the imperial space fleet starts its journey to the Great Colonial Planets.

Will they solve the mystery of colonial strain? Will they destroy the super solar computer? Listen to album and you'll find out.

Story & Production

I’ve been making music for more than 10 years. Simulakron is a collaboration with David Isen ( guitarist from Horse The Band ). He recorded guitars and I made electronics and mixing. We spent about 6-15 months on this album.

The concept was 70’s sci-fi movies. The story, the samples, titles and everything else had to fit to this idea. The artist ( Dimitry Skolzki ) made the cover art in 70’s manner.


To reach the right sound I used a lot of analog synths. A couple of MFBs, Moog Modular clone, some analog delays and other analog effects. As a drums I used 808, 909 and some other retro drum machines. Besides that I used a lot of analog emulation effects while mixing.


I made a music video for one of the songs. I used some cuts from 70's sci-fi movies.

Back to main page