After Malaria! folded, Gut reunited with Bartel and Manon P. Duursma in the more electronic-based Matador; the collaboration resulted in three albums: 1987's A Touch Beyond Canned Love, 1989's Sun, and 1991's Ecoute, which Gut released on her own label, Moabit. During the early '90s, she also wrote music for several films and radio plays and also reunited briefly with Malaria! Once Matador disbanded, Gut opted for more collaborative projects instead of bands with regimented lineups. In 1993 she began Project Miasma, a multimedia/spoken word project with Canadian artist Myra Davies; the following year, Gut embarked on another ongoing collaboration, the Ocean Club collective. Named for its flowing approach and fluctuating membership, the Ocean Club included Gut, Thomas Fehlmann, Daniel Meteo, Sun Electric, and Mike Vamp among its ranks. The group's projects included a residency at the seminal Berlin night club Tresor, a radio show, and several compilations, including 1996's Members of the Ocean Club.
In 1997, Gut founded the Monika label, which she dedicated to showcasing new electronic talent like Barbara Morgenstern and Quarks. Along with running Moabit and Monika, her Ocean Club commitments, and solo DJ gigs, Gut worked on her own music, releasing the single Move Me in 2005; she also contributed a track to Chicks on Speed's 2006 Girl Monster compilation. Her full-length debut, I Put a Record On, arrived early in 2007; In Pieces, an EP featuring remixes by Dntel and Pole, was released later that year. Beginning in 2008, Gut collaborated with West German producer/songwriter Antye Greie as Greie Gut Fraktion, who released their debut album, Baustelle, in 2010. For her second solo album, Wildlife, Gut decamped to the north German countryside and mixed field recordings with her hypnotic brand of electronic music. The Best Garden EP, which featured collaborations with Jörg Burger (who also worked with Gut on Wildlife) and Thomas Fehlmann, appeared in August 2012, two months before Wildlife's release. ~ Heather Phares, Rovi