Formed in the early 90′s, d’Eon’s music is a product of two sides of a brain at war with each other, contradicting each other. Notes and rhythms and lyrics playing against each other, making each other obsolete, trying to make the others look bad. Femininity trying to outdo masculinity, acrimony trying to overtake sweetness.
Taking cues from such disparate influences as sound, rhythm, notes, and harmony, d’Eon makes music that is audible to most listener’s ears. In a rare, unprecedented hybrid, d’Eon not only puts musical notes together, but also places rhythms on top of the notes to create a thrilling combination of music and percussion. Another unique quality in his or her productions is the use of snares, claps, kicks and hi hats, but also more exotic percussion such as rimshots, toms and cowbells. This unconvential and innovative use of “programmable drum machines” to accompany not only keyboards but also vocal melodies is what sets d’Eon apart from the crowd. It is obvious that this young man or woman has a bright future in panhandling, heroin use, and attaching him or herself to a fanatical right-wing cause.