Black Eyes, his first album, was released in 2006 on the Nueva Forma label. Here's how Nueva Forma describes it:
This debut release from Gejius was created as a work of experimentation for open minds and ears. Jumping in at the beginning with Makkuro Kurosuke, the songs bounce from track to track giving the listener a fun yet introspective listening experience.
Other highlight tracks to watch out for are 'qpolaroidb', 'in Search of Moby Dick' and 'her Eyes on Horizon'. This engrossing 15-track full-length album is your perfect companion on any journey- roads or not. Or, better yet, as Dr. Brown [Emmett Brown, from the movie Back to the Future] put it, "Where we're going we don't need roads."
It's definitely an eclectic, eccentric, and engaging mix of instrumentals-- mingling in ambient and poppy sounds. I've said it before in other electronica reviews that active listening, preferrably through headphones, is ideal, but for something this varied and diverse, I can't repeat myself enough. (Unfortunately, I don't have a good set of headphones of my own at the moment. But trust me on this one.)
Black Eyes can be obtained at the Nueva Forma online shop.
Wet Set: The Toys of Synth is a self-released EP recorded a bit more recently in 2007. As of this writing, I was unable to procure a copy of the complete recording, but if "Slip 'N' Slide" is any indication (as well as some videos of live performances of other tracks), it's a lot more light hearted and fun. Three of the tracks were written for Sean Christensen's Girls With Synthesizers series.
Here's a music video for "Slip 'N' Slide", directed by Christensen:
Reminded me a lot of odd experiences I had working at convenience stores back in the day. Look carefully-- the cigarettes on the table have a mock logo with "Gejius". Definitely a guy with a broad sense of humor.