Vladislav Isaev engineered and mixed the Vault Archives, a collection of Mark Morgan's music from Fallout and Fallout 2 which was released on May 10, 2010 online.


Vladislav Isaev was born in Moscow, and began writing music in 1997. It will be his hobby in the future. Since 1997 to 2002 year he had been writing music on cassettes and disks for himself and his friends. When the first MIDI-keyboard was invented, Vladislav began to work with music more earnestly.

He began to compose trance and had been invited as live-performer to several parties during 2003. After little upgrade of technical equipment, Vladislav began to write in ambient and 'chill-out' styles. 4 months later his first short release “Visiting Sky” was out on net-label Kahvi Collective.

Several months later, his next EP (Extended Play) “Collaps” was released on Acedia Music. Later in 2004, Vladislav received a lot of positive endorsements and finished his debut “A.I.Disabled”, which was released a bit later on Gizmo Lab Records.

Also in 2004, some of Vladislav's works was marked as best. Remix on track from Randomajestiq became the best track of the week on raw24. One month later track “Narrator” also became the best track of the week on unknown web-site.

In 2006 year Vladislav joined to project Sundial, this project was later renamed and became Sundial Aeon.

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YearTitleCredited as/for
2010Vault ArchivesEngineer and mixer