“It was the first time I remember wanting to know how music was made. It was like I had seen a magic show and I wanted to get a peak behind the curtain.”
A strangely perfect pairing.
Even experimental electronica has its beefs.
People on the internet have rallied together to support a man who was shamed online for dancing in public, and now Pharrell Williams and Moby are among the celebrities raising their hands to attend a Los Angeles party for the “dancing man”. In a story that proves social media can be utilised for good, a
The Flaming Lips and Miley Cyrus have already said that they’re on a “really deep” journey together, they’ve even been recording Beatles covers, and now they’ve released a trippy NSFW music-video-cum-short-film titled Blonde SuperFreak Steals the Magic Brain. What’s more, the clip stars Moby, although the DJ’s acting skills are questionable. The Blonde SuperFreak video
A New York-based disco and funk record label, VMG Salsoul, has filed a lawsuit against electronic mastermind Moby, alleging he illegally used samples on his 1992 songs, Next is the E and Thousand. The claim comes just months after the same label lost a similar lawsuit over Madonna‘s Vogue. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the
While in town for a 3-day promotional jaunt in support of his forthcoming album Innocents, legendary producer and DJ Moby will be performing a super special one-off performance at Sydney’s Chinese Laundry just a matter of days before the album is officially released. Innocents has cocked many an eyebrow since news of its release broke,
The electronic mastermind Moby has announced that he will be returning to speakers, headphones and airwaves all over the world via his forthcoming album Innocents. Set for release Friday, 27th September, Innocents boasts an impressive list of collaborators and saw the godfather of modern EDM tag an outside producer for the first time in his
Moby has released his brand new official video for The Right Thing which features Inyang Bassey, you can check it out below.
Moby has suffered any rock musician’s worst nightmare: getting electrocuted on stage. The incident occurred during a small acoustic show in Amsterdam this week, and you can see part of the ordeal in a not-very-nice video clip at Spinner.
The news of the death of Osama Bin Laden has reverberated around the music world in a kind of microcosm echoing the wider emotion/suspicion/incredulity (delete according to ideological bent) caused by the announcement on Monday, May 2.
Moby or as we affectionately call him, Mobes, is returning to Australia a decade after the release of his monster album Play