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WEON is an experimental duo with bassist MonoNeon and producer Kriswontwo. "Neon The Won" is WEON's second project since their first release in 2013.

On this new release they invited some friends to be part of the sound. The project features David "Fuze" Fiuczynski (guitarist for Hiromi, Screaming Headless Torsos, Jack Dejohnette, Meshell Ndegeocello), Jerome Flood (drummer for August Alsina), Lance Lucas (keyboard wizard has worked with Virgil Donati, Anthony Crawford, etc), Amber Baker (drummer/solo artist) and Mojcksn (singer/lyricist from the family group Jcksn Avenue, has worked with PJ Morton and etc).

Some of MonoNeon’s inspiration for creating the new music came from his fascination with neon light installations art by Dan Flavin and Peter Kennedy and microtonality/quarter-tone sounds which can be heard on “Neon Eggs & Ham”.

The sonic side of things is handled by Kriswontwo. Everything from pitching MonoNeon's live-bass to drum programming, synths & arrangements. This is what makes this project one of a kind. It's a collaboration of a bassplayer & a producer/engineer. Both these artists are completely free-minded, which means there are no limits to which frequencies this duo can vibe on.


released 30 July 2015

WEON (MonoNeon & Kriswontwo)

Bass: MonoNeon
Production: Kriswontwo
Guitar: David "Fuze" Fiuczynski (featured on "Jungle Juice")
Drums: Jerome Flood (featured on "Neon Eggs & Ham")
Drums: Amber Baker (featured on "Jimimitch")
Keyboards: Lance Lucas (featured on "Jimimitch")
Singer/lyricist: Mojcksn (featured on "Black, White, Then Neon")

Mastering: Boe Larsen (Mill Factory Studios)
Artwork: Mikkel Schrøder Dysted (



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Dywane "MonoNeon" Thomas Jr. Memphis, Tennessee

"It's not about being different anymore, it's about doing what I want." - MonoNeon

"At least give them a chance not to like it.... get heard!" - MonoNeon

Thomas changed his pseudonym from "Polyneon" to "MonoNeon" on October 26, 2011.
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