Wanna cut to the chase? Here's a link to my Bandcamp page, check out what I've got going on.

Wanna know info about my previously released albums? Read below.

Also, I'm not gonna be writing about every single album I've made, that would take too damn long.
Frankly, I just don't have that much to SAY about my shit. Instead, I'm writing about my personal favorites.

Also2, just for context, I make albums under a bunch of different names, or 'aliases' (if you prefer to see me as a Lapfox clone), all sorted by genre.

Also3, if you click on the album art, it'll take you to the album in a new window.


I actually tried my ass off with this album. I originally started making it to try to clone SLAKE's music, but after making Moth To A Flame and Twelve Mile Mall, I wanted to branch out more, and take inspiration from more places than just SLAKE (whom I found very hard to copy). Thus the rest of this album's tracklist was born. Years and YEARS of listening to "video game music;" RAM, Kors K, Deavid Soul, 3rd Coast, Croove, Ryu, Naoki, Shinji Hosoe, Ayako Saso, Hideki Naganuma, t+pazolite - it essentially all culminated in this album. A passion project with extra passion. If there's anything you should take away from this album, it's that MARZBAEZ is a fucking banger.


Trilogy is a genuinely pretty un-eventful album. It's not the best thing I've ever made, and it's certainly not the worst. But for some reason, I just keep coming back to it. It's not even my favorite album I've made under the "Abby" name, it's just a collection of shit I made over like a year and shat onto Bandcamp. I originally wanted to have it be a collaboration between me and my homie Marcel, but life got in the way and it ended up not happening. I then wanted to get it released on Euphonium Records, but life happened and it fell through. I also wanted to make a physical CD release for it, then life. I didn't even RELEASE the fuckin thing correctly (read the album description on Bandcamp). It's funny to me how much of a shitshow this album should be, logically, but I just love it too much. It's a wonderful, random, completely ordinary slice into my life.

nothing to an earth of decay

Nothing To An Earth Of Decay is an album dedicated to my late homie, Danni. The album is mostly just a collection of "bleh" feelings while coping with the loss of a loved one, and reflecting on the good times we had.


5 Year Megaparty was released as a celebration of my Bandcamp's 5 year anniversary. It's a collection of my favorite rave-style songs I've made. It was just fun to look back and be more introspective on my discog, and just kind of celebrate the shit I spent so much of my god damn life making LOL.


Aquarium is my first FULL dive into old-school sounding hip-hop. Inspired by people like z_matic and Mom$, I'm a lot happier with this album than I initally thought I was going to be. I was going through a lot of stress while making it, and every song is almost an accidental snapshot of the day I made it on. The best way I can really even describe Aquarium is actually quoting a review of it; "It just is..."
Also, Dropping Out Of School is like, a very unexpected banger LOL I'm really happy with that song.

rubygenesis ♕ sophie
Waiting Room

Waiting Room is pretty much everything I wanted to accomplish on my previous Rubygenesis album, Legacy Dream Explorer. While Legacy Dream Explorer was rough around the edges, with a lot of boring and generic samples, and songs that just seem to never fucking end!!! Waiting Room feels a lot more fresh, and has a lot more personality of its own. The album is mostly just drum n bass & related techno genres, but I simply really enjoyed making it, and I even had a lot of support from the Newgrounds community on my song Reformat & Erase. So, thank you Newgrounds!

Wire Crawler

LUNAR MORTEM kinda happened by mistake. The first few songs I made for it (BETTER OFF DEAD and STARTED OUT WONKY) were originally just going to be singles, until I decided I wanted to make an entire album like it. For a super quiet release (I just dropped the album out of literally nowhere one day), It's probably one of my favorite projects I've ever made. Fun fact: LOVE SONG is a real, actual, literal love song.


HYPER WAV MACHINE!! is probably one of the most "feel good" albums I've ever made. Most of this album was originally made to be released anonymously on a new Bandcamp page under the name "Carbonate," just to fuck around and try something new, but I decided against releasing it that way because I ended up really liking the album LOL. I originally wanted the album to have meme-ier songs on it, like a 1000 Gecs remix, a few nightcore remixes, shit like that, but I just never ended up finishing those songs, and opted for a less "hee hee hoo hoo funy meme" kind of vibe. Not to say that it's not a LITTLE "hee hee hoo hoo" - it's just not like, shitposty. I also released it on Astrohamster Hardcore as my second solo album release on there (the first being MEGAKILL DEATHSTRIKE SIX SIXTY K)!

Lena + Abby

Originally called "BRB" - Expression ended up being a lot more confusing and hip-hop influenced than I expected. It's hard to explain what this album is and what it means to me. It's about a very stressful and introspective one week period in my life. It's really just the sort of thing that you can't 'get' until you listen to it, and even then it's just all over the fucking place LOL.


TRASHTRAX is... weird. I kinda "marketed" it as a "noisy gabber" album, but it's kinda more than that. It's hardcore, yet kinda soothing at the same time. It has heavy ass drums, mixed with really pretty chords, arps, and melodies. It has really nasty synths, unnerving sounding pianos, and loud ass cinematic hits. It has classic digital hardcore stabs, 1-shot memes, and eastern-inspired samples. It really is a mixed bag of weird, and I couldn't be happier with it being my first release under Scolpulac.


MEGAKILL DEATHSTRIKE SIX SIXTY K is my first happy album. Well, not really, but it was my first album that I made while not being insanely depressed. I have made other happy albums before, but nothing has been filled with so many good feeling vibes and sounds quite like this. For music under my 'Diyu' alias, it's easily my favorite, and it seems to be the same for a lot of other listeners.

i guess the universe is abandoning me

IGTUIAM is my 2356238756th fuckin album about having depression. hee hee hoo hoo!!!!
In all seriousness, idk. I just like this album. I think the soundscapes are neat, the production is weird and interesting. The music just feels like it 'goes somewhere' if you know what I mean. The album is unfinished, I originally wanted it to be like 12 tracks long, but it just took too much energy to make the songs, so I got burnt out and released it as-is


LOST LIVES EXPLORATION is an album about a team of explorers going out to space and recording what they find. It tells the story of the team adventuring out into the unknown, having their ship crash, and having to go back to Earth to report their findings.

Limitless Nightfall

Limitless Nightfall feels like it doesn't exist. I don't want to make this album sound more amazing than it really is, but for me, Limitless Nightfall is a once-in-a-lifetime sort of album. I made the album to try to recreate my weird childhood memories of random hallucinations, uncanny valley style music, and Flash games, all wrapped up in a trip-hop style album. The sound is inspired by albums like Yo-Yo Bingo - Below The Bering Strait (don't even bother listening to that album, it just inspired me AT THE TIME), Harvey Rothman - Aheadlights, Gorillaz - Gorillaz/G-Sides, Röyksopp - Melody A.M., FLOOR BABA - It Don't Make Sense - the amount of influences that made this album exist is uncountable. It's a huge personal favorite of mine, it holds a very special place in my heart. If I were to ever make a CD of any of my albums, Limitless Nightfall would absolutely be one of the first.

Make My Planet

Make My Planet is an album about day-to-day life. The album starts with you waking up, having to do your morning routine, having to do daily mundane tasks. It's rough around the edges, but it holds a special place in my heart.


V OST is the soundtrack to a game that was never finished; V. I don't really have much to say about this album because it's just "video game music," but I am proud of what it is. It's sort of a precursor to Abby - Limitless Nightfall. A lot of the things I did on that album were techniques learned from working on this album.

Diyu + Lena
Audio Virus

Audio Virus, while rough around the edges, is another album that holds a special place in my heart. It's not particularly crazy, producation-wise, I just have a lot of fond memories from the making of it.

Wire Crawler
synth exposure

Synth Exposure was my first dive into "get my keyboard and just record whatever I do and make a song out of it" music. Every track started out as just me messing around with some synths and seeing what would happen. It's just a fun little synthpop romp, and holds up surprisingly well, at least in my mind. Fun fact: the song Name Amnesia is called "Name Amnesia" because the main melody reminded me of another song I couldn't remember the name of. I still don't know what song it was.


Truth be told, I don't particularly remember much about FOREVER FOMO. I originally wanted the album to be like, future bass? But I just didn't know how to make that at the time LOL, so it kind of spiraled out of control into a weird amalgamation of a bunch of different genres. I personally don't look back THAT fondly on this album, I think the pacing is weird, and a lot of the songs just drag on too long for their own good, but a friend of mine really like it, so I guess it means I did SOMETHING right!


It's old, but holds a special place in my heart for being one of the first projects I worked on that I just REALLY fucking loved to make, and for the production of it being very memorable. I was sick with one of the worst illnesses I've ever had in my life while making it, and I have very vivid memories of sending WIPs to my friend while going in and out of naps to make my sinus headache go away LOL. Also, a friend of mine likes this project, so that makes me happy :)


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Song: Abby - Hospital