Snowtorch is the eighth studio album by Phideaux.
Number Seven is the seventh studio album by American musician Phideaux Xavier. It is a concept album based on their main character; a dormouse.
Doomsday Afternoon is the sixth studio album by Phideaux, and the second part of a “Trilogy” of albums dealing with “Big Brother” authoritarianism and ecological crisis.
The Great Leap is the fifth album released by composer Phideaux Xavier. In August 2005, while putting the finishing touches on 313, Xavier returned to the studio to record the first two parts of a projected “Trilogy” of albums dealing with “Big Brother” authoritarianism and ecological crisis.
13 is the fourth album released by Phideaux. In 2005, Xavier and Gabriel Moffat polished up the recordings, and on March 13, 2006, released the album 313 (named for the date upon which it was recorded).
Chupacabras is the third album released by Phideaux. While recording “Fiendish” in 2002, Xavier had begun work on an epic song called “Chupacabras”. This song was not completed in time for inclusion on Fiendish, and instead, formed the basis for what would become the album Chupacabras.
Ghost Story is the second album by Phideaux.
“Fiendish”, their first album, introduced the folky, psychedelic sound of Phideaux.