About Gudrun Gut
Gudrun Gut is a German musician, DJ, presenter, music producer and owner of the music label Monika Enterprise.
In 1979 she founded the band Mania D with Karin Luner, Bettina Köster, Eva Gössling and Beate Bartel. With Bettina Köster she opened the shop Eisengrau in Goltzstrasse in Berlin-Schöneberg in 1978, where clothes, tapes, fanzines and other things were sold by Berlin producers. She later continued the shop with Blixa Cash. Gudrun Gut, NU Unruh and Beate Bartel were founding members of the Einstürzende Neubauten next to Blixa Bargeld.
In addition to her work as a musician, she also spoke the role of Ophelia in the Heiner Müller radio play Hamletmaschine. In 1997 she founded the music label Monika Enterprise, where she released artists like Barbar Morgenstern and Contriva. Their releases include the 7" Move Me released on the Irish label Earsugar, Wildlife of 2012, and Moment of 2018.