Moon was born in the almighty year 2000, trying to imagine what the music of the future would sound like back in 1976, when DDN actually was seven. As the music of the never-happened Y2K bug. As backup music for the novels of Philip Dick or Clifford Simak. As an homage to the future Weird Tales used to call "scientifiction". As a loving farewell to Emily Dickinson, Vladimir Mayakovski, George Orwell and Vincent Price. As a tender thank you to Flying Saucer Attack, Labradford, The Telescopes, Merzbow, Boards of Canada, Mogwai, Acid Mother's Temple and a lot of others.
Moon is DDN who makes music, and Eva Di Orio, who sings and gathers or writes beautiful lyrics. Moon also is: Gretsch sparklejet 1616, Danelectro Baritone, Fender Jazz Bass, Tenson blue electro-acoustic guitar, Boss GT-5, Hartke bass attack, Korg dl-50 delta, Roland Juno-106, Welson Globetrotter drawbar organ, Korg ms2000R, Sirkut Electronics Synth Noise Box, No1derland Theremin, Home-made Circuit-bent toys and beatboxes, Roland MC-505, to make music in bed and on holidays, Lounge Lizard, EVE, DaHornet (only because of lack of space and money).