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THE WILD THINGS REMIXED

  1. Bo (Prejka Remix)
  2. Bo (Gaerra / Ken Ood Remix)
  3. Bo (General Mustafa Remix)
  4. Hunt (Gavin Russom Remix)
  5. Hunt (Mats Björk Remix)
  6. Where The Wild Things Are (Flummig Mulch Remix)
  7. Salt & Indigo (Strange Boutique Remix)
  8. Salt & Indigo (Skeppet Remix)

RELEASE DATE : 28 nov 2011

Original album ‘The Wild Things’

THE WILD THINGS

  1. Bo
  2. Hunt
  3. 000000
  4. Where The Wild Things Are
  5. Hollow
  6. Salt & Indigo

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Moon & Sun is the work of Swedish songwriter and visual artist Monica Tormell. Influenced by lonesome, gloomy atmospheres and Caribbean tunes her music sets out to explore sonic constellations from the primitive to the electronic and manipulated.

The Wild Things’, released 12 nov 2010 exclusively on 10″ vinyl, was written and recorded in Curacao, in the woods of Sweden and in Amsterdam. Every location has had it’s own impact and demanded a distinct presence on the record. It’s a journey through landscapes, changing from beautiful picture views into ghostly midnight lands, a place where reality, imagination and time blur together.

Moon & Sun is the observer traveling from palm trees to pine trees trying to translate it both musically and lyrically, using instruments like the tambu drum, steeldrums, clavé sticks and the Swedish zither.

The record was co-produced by Staffan Björk. The two of them have worked together many times before in sonic art projects and several bands. Their last band being the shy shoegaze duo Mustafa et Monique.

Now there is ‘The Wild Things Remixed’, scheduled for release on 28 nov 2011. The album features eight tracks remixed by friends of Moon & Sun from all over the world, the most eye-catching being American musician Gavin Russom. Russom who has released music under various guises, including Black Meteoric Star The Crystal Ark is also known for his live performances with LCD Soundsystem.

The Remixers

Prejka is a collective music blog based in Malmö, Sweden. Some of them run clubs, some do edits, some play in bands, some run record companies, some even make love to each other. What brings them together is of course the love for music and their dedicated effort to establish some sort of surrounding as a functional aphrodisiac community where you can get a sneak peak into their multi coloured living room. What you can expect to hear is everything from psyched out rhythmical expressions to sounds flirting with a lust of experimentation, further on towards lush disco and unknown algorithms.

GAERRA is Rickard Daun, his alias for making more or less disturbing industrial-woodoo-weirdness. Martin Nordbeck is Malmös most active (but not most wellknowned) musicmaker. Under the name Ken Ood they create a blend of techno-house-acid-drone-music concrete, live and improvised.

General Mustafa is the Swedish artist and musician Karl Georg Staffan Björk. He is the co-producer and drummer of Moon & Sun and has played in bands like Mustafa et Monique, Seamonster¹, Arsedestroyer and Hjärnsläpp.

Gavin Russom is a musician and artist signed to DFA Records. Over the years, Russom has released music under various guises, including Black Leotard Front, Black Meteoric Star and The Crystal Ark, as well as collaborative work with Delia Gonzalez. Russom lives in New York City. He has also toured playing synths and percussion with LCD Soundsystem. Known as “The Wizard” for his technical prowess (as well as for his signature flowing red beard), Russom has built instruments for the likes of James Murphy (LCD Soundsystem), Tim Goldsworthy (UNKLE, The Loving Hand) and Bjorn Copeland (Black Dice).

Mats Björk is a Swedish sound artist with a past in large variety of constellations and styles (amongst other Seamonster¹ with his brother Staffan Björk), now exploring sound and music under the banner “free composition”.

Flummig Mulch was formed especially for this project. Extended delays – taping it seriously, while taping the hiss. It was made by two friends, deep in the Amsterdam ‘Bimmer’.

Strange Boutique is the joining of forces between Nicole Martens and Femke Dekker of My Little Underground. Used as a label for their various collaborative projects – whether it be fashion, art or music – Strange Boutique is a playground for two opinionated kindred spirits exhibiting a fondness of the strange, the weird, the psychedelic and some disco.

Skeppet from Malmö consists of Andreas Malm and Henrik Wallin (both members of long running project Fria Konstellationen, as well as heads in charge of the great Kosmisk Väg imprint). Skeppet is like a long and mesmerizing trip into the sun, and a truly beautiful take on kraut/kosmische music.

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