Moonwater is the outcome of various compositional experiences from early 2012, prior to the debut album "Musil Live”, where the result was a sound that was equally close to Industrial and Concrete music.
This path partly maintains the concept of soundscape, through the revisiting of field recordings, but unlike the industrial denotation of the previous record, the theme here is the environment, old tapes recoding sessions of natural ambiences. The rhythm is made up of insects sounds or the noise of a falling stone in a pond, voice samples, taken from old documentaries on VHS, and random noises of radio and TV frequencies.
A record that exploring various styles showing a strong sense of research, receiving an excellent response:
"The Dual abandon industrial experiments of the previous 'Musil Live', Moonwater explore a more ambient sound and downtempo. Here the theme is the nature proposed through field recording: samples of
organic noises that arranged become fragments of recordings where the rhythm is consisting of insects, water and stones, natural glitch textures, real sounds that manipulated create a soundtrack music". Reviewed by Elisa Miglionico for DJ Mag Italy.