Louis de Mieulle


My old Parisian band SOUNDCHASER is reborn, under the name "MOONSÜÜN".

First EP "Distant Shores" - a 30-minute improv, stream on Soundcloud:


Debut album to be released this year.

First review of the new EP, courtesy of Dave Tremblay @Can This Even Be Called Music?

"This pair’s second collaboration, the sequel to the amazing Dual EP, is quite different. This time around, the two astoundingly creative musicians take progressive rock and jazz fusion into more synth-heavy territory. Without mentioning the overused “synthwave” tag, Outside the Square successfully demonstrates some sweet electro-jazz fusion not unlike Tigran Hamasyan (imagine him playing keyboards instead of grand piani). Each composition has interesting hidden meanings (read the liner notes!) and has been conjointly made by Matt and Louis, respectively taking care of rhythm and melody. Truly fabulous one!"

For now it is out on Bandcamp only because they're very artist-friendly. Decadent streaming platforms next month.


OUTSIDE THE SQUARE is the second part of the Mieulle/Garstka collaboration. The twin of DUAL (2017).
Concept EP about the inner conflicts of a cyborg with artistic tendencies.
Retrofuturistic synth prog experiment.
Crypto-classical math fusion.

The new Louis de Mieulle/Matt Garstka collab EP is on its way!. "OUTSIDE THE SQUARE": the inner conflicts of an artist cyborg. Retrofuturistic synth prog experiment. Crypto-classical math fusion!

Three reviews of DUAL are out, one of them by long-time supporter Roger Trenwith, another one by Dave Tremblay, who runs the great website "Can this even be called Music?". The third one by Rebecca Rothschild from "Divide & Conquer".

"[...] a spidery, hypnotic beast that develops into strange textures and melodies. It is gratifying that amongst all the identikit fusion out there these days that someone is taking risks and forging new paths. If you have an ear for true progressive music, you need to hear this."

"[...] a truly impressionist and modern architecture."

"[...] construction and deconstruction of everything"

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