Move D (DE)

A designer of utterly unique and involving soundscapes informed by roots in rave-era ambient music, Move D (aka David Moufang) can best be described as taking the intelligence and deep textures of IDM and imbuing them onto the softer, sexier parameters of the Chicago house/Detroit techno axis.   His tracks build slowly, taking time to reveal their full breadth, but the many fans already on board with Moufang’s style know that Move D is all about the journey and little to do with a final destination.  Getting his start in the early 90’s as half of the under-rated chillout-room ambient duo Deep Space Network, Moufang began recording for his own Source Records label as Move D in the mid-90s.  But the word didn’t really begin to get out on Moufang’s talents until the 2006 reissue of his 1995 album “Kunstoff”, which was instantly hailed as a pioneering classic of European techno/house scene.  A consummate collaborator, Move D returned in 2008 with Benjamin Brunn for the equally classic Songs from the “Beehive”, which considered by many to be one of the best electronic-music albums of that year.

Nocturne 4
MUTEK 2010, montreal

Metropolis 06/06/2010

A designer of utterly unique and involving soundscapes informed by roots in rave-era ambient music, Move D (aka David Moufang) can best be described as taking the intelligence and deep textures of IDM and imbuing them onto the softer, sexier parameters of the Chicago house/Detroit techno axis.   His tracks build slowly, taking time to reveal their full breadth, but the many fans already on board with Moufang’s style know that Move D is all about the journey and little to do with a final destination.  Getting his start in the early 90’s as half of the under-rated chillout-room ambient duo Deep Space Network, Moufang began recording for his own Source Records label as Move D in the mid-90s.  But the word didn’t really begin to get out on Moufang’s talents until the 2006 reissue of his 1995 album “Kunstoff”, which was instantly hailed as a pioneering classic of European techno/house scene.  A consummate collaborator, Move D returned in 2008 with Benjamin Brunn for the equally classic Songs from the “Beehive”, which considered by many to be one of the best electronic-music albums of that year.

Discogs

  • Homeworks 2
  • Eine Kleine Nachtmusik
  • Kunststoff
  • Cymbelin
  • Hurt Me
  • Ro70 Meets Move D
  • Ro70 Meets Move D II
  • Tomboy / Freud's Baby
  • µst / Preset
  • Pop For Dwoozle
  • Anne Will / Knöppedrehn
  • 10/11 - Live At Johanneskirche
  • Silk & Shmoove EP
  • Ac1d
  • Anne Will - The Remixes - Pt.I
  • Anne Will - The Remixes - Pt.II
  • Got Thing
  • Sweet Heini / Buccaneer
  • Tonspuren 1-10
  • Workshop 02
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