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Electrocution, Polskie Radio S.A., 2011



DAS MOON is a new project from the founders of Rh+ [a joinf of audiovisual performers], a collective of audiovisual performers from Warsaw, Poland who have produced art, electronica, experimental and film music since 2002.

DAS MOON offers a different aesthetics of electro industrial pop combining strong industrial sound and sexy electro bravado. It brings together a combination of raspy beats, synthesizers, guitar, bass, percussion instruments, and charismatic Daisy Kowalsky's defiant vocals. Synchronized video projections are an important ingredient in DAS MOON's performances.

Daisy Kowalsky - vocalist, lyricist, poet (author of Death to the Loosers and Other Stories, 2007 and Who Killed Bambi, 2009); DJ Hiro Szyma - dj, an alumnus of Warsaw Fine Arts Academy, and a music producer; Musiol, music and multimedia producer, student of Berklee College of Music in Boston, and a practicing lawyer; Pawel Gawlik, bassist and music producer; Cieply - percussionist, composer of music for TV programs, and an avid collector of vinyl records.
We credit Einstürzende Neubauten, The Prodigy, Laibach, Kraftwerk, Depeche Mode, Yazoo, Nico, and Sonic Youth among our main inspirations.

DAS MOON published its first album Electrocution, released by Polskie Radio in May 2011 and distributed by Warner Music, consisting of 14 songs, 11 in English, 2 in German (including Das Model, a cover of Kraftwerk’s classic) and 1 song – in Polish. Album’s mastering was made by Emily Lazar and Joe LaPorta at The Lodge, a renowned NYC mastering studio (recently they mastered Björk’s Biophilia). Electrocution album contains also the group’s first music video Street directed by Roman Przylipiak and produced the Art’n Progress Foundation.

In May 2011 I Like It track from Electrocution album entered the final selection of 10 bands competing to play at the Warsaw Orange Festival together with such artists and bands as Moby, Jamiroquai and Skunk Anansie. In November 2011 another song from the album – Electrocution was selected for the finals of the first Polish edition of Electronic Beats Festival.