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Biography

In addition to his solo recordings for Source, Fax, and Compost, Move D's David Moufang has also partnered with Jonas Grossman (as Deep Space Network) and Jonah Sharp (as Reagenz) to produce many of the best explorations of leftfield techno and trip-hop recorded during the '90s. In 1992, he founded Source Records (based in Heidelberg, Germany) with Grossman, and the pair released their first material together that same year, as Earth to Infinity. One year later, Moufang and Grossman released their first Deep Space Network LP, Big Rooms, and the album received American distribution through Instinct. Moufang branched out in a big way during 1994-95: he released the solo album Solitaire on Fax, the Move D debut Kunststoff on Source, and collaborated with Spacetime Continuum's Jonah Sharp as Reagenz for a self-titled album on Reflective. Moufang's often confusing timeline continued in 1996 with another Move D release (Exploring the Psychedelic Landscape) and two more DSN works, Deep Space Network Meets Higher Intelligence Agency and Traffic: Live at the Love Parade. In 1997, he inaugurated yet another project, an ambient-jazz unit known as Conjoint. [See Also: Deep Space Network] ~ John Bush