Djet is the solo project of Alexander Lisovsky which exists since 2002. The basic direction in creativity Djet is synthesis of various styles and directions in electronic, acoustic and free improv to music. Connections rational with irrational, eclecticism and sound installation, soundart and soundscape are the basic clothes covering the main core - the rhythm. Style can be named as - electronic/synthesis experimentation.
Djet - Aelita (soundtrack)
title: Aelita (soundtrack)
keywords: soundtrack; experimental; ambient; electronic; free improv; sound collage; soind-art; other
Aelita - part1 - 7:37
Aelita - part2 - 12:07
Aelita - part3 - 11:12
Aelita - part4 - 12:35
Aelita - part5 - 7:51
Aelita - part6 - 9:24
Aelita - part7 - 6:28
Aelita - part8 - 10:07
Aelita - part9 - 3:35
Yakov Protazanov - Aelita (Аэлита) 1924
Aelita (Russian: Аэлита), also known as Aelita: Queen of Mars, is a silent film directed by Soviet filmmaker Yakov Protazanov made on Mezhrabpom-Rus film studio and released in 1924. It was based on Alexei Tolstoy's novel of the same name. Mikhail Zharov and Igor Ilyinsky were cast in leading roles.
Though the main focus of the story is the daily lives of a small group of people during the post-war Soviet Union, the enduring importance of the film comes from its early science fiction elements. It primarily tells of a young man, Los (Russian: Лось, literary Elk), traveling to Mars in a rocket ship, where he leads a popular uprising against the ruling group of Elders, with the support of Queen Aelita who has fallen in love with him after watching him through a telescope.
recorded & mixed by Alexander Lisovsky (aka Djet) - 2010/2011