Formed out of the Glasgow club night of the near same name, Wrong Island Communications launches in wonderful fashion with this eponymously titled record from M O O N. The awkward to type on a keyboard M O O N is the artist name of 18 year old Bostonian Stephen Gilarde who counts as his uncle the grizzly head of all things DFA Mr James Murphy! Having self released this four track EP digitally last year, Wrong Island subsequently licensed the material to launch their label as well as snaring two further EPs from Gilarde that are due for release over the next twelve months. Recorded on some brand new second hand material gifted to him by the Juan Maclean, Gilarde's compositional talent is obvious from the Syclops in anti gravity mode stylings of opening track "Paris". The deranged punk funk of "Hydrogen" is as good as anything his uncle signed to DFA in their pomp. Limited to 100 copies, this debut Wrong Island transmission is made all the more special by a picture sleeve designed by Madison McKenna and an A4 insert detailing the label's future plans.
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