Titled 'Adoption', the mini-release features versions of 'Mere Anarchy' and 'Like A Motherless Child' from Moby's latest album 'Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt...'
Released via Moudaber's label Mood Records, the 12-inch hit shelves last week, but digital formats aren't available until Friday 5th October.
Moby is selling his entire record collection this week to help raise funds for a charitable cause.
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Skrillex has teased a new remix of Pendulum’s ‘The Island Pt.1’, which drops this Friday.
The short-but-triumphant sample appears on a video posted to Twitter by the US producer, who has also been back in the studio with Boys Noize recently. Something of a montage, the footage shows him hitting skate parks and snowy mountain sides on appropriate boards, and (literally) hanging out.
Moby is selling studio gear he used to make tracks like ‘Go’ and on his multi-platinum album ‘Play’. The gear, which includes the likes of Roland’s Juno-106, Jupiter-6 and Space Echo RE-201, Casio CZ1000 synth, Yamaha SY22 and SY85, Fender Precision bass guitar and a Moog Voyager XL, is being sold to raise funds for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine. The equipment is being sold through online marketplace Reverb.com and there’ll be over 100 pieces of gear for sale in total.
Pendulum have enlisted the talents of DJ Seinfeld, Moby, Skrillex, Knife Party and ATTLAS for their forthcoming remix LP ‘The Reworks’.
The information was first leaked via Reddit and then confirmed via the band’s official Twitter account, with Pendulum also noting the launch date of 16th March and full release on 29th June.
The album will be 12 tracks in length and feature edits of Pendulum originals including ‘Blood Sugar’, ‘Crush’, ‘Watercolour’, ‘Vault’ and ‘Streamline’.
Moby has announced that his 15th studio album, dubbed 'Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt', will be released on 2nd March 2018.
Alongside the album announcement, the enigmatic Moby has shared the first single to be taken from the album.
Featuring LA-based soulstress Raquel Rodriguez, 'Like a Motherless Child' is a re-work of the well-known song with its origins in the slavery of the American South.
Over the years, the song has been reinterpreted by the likes of Odetta, Lena Horne, Mahalia Jackson, Laura Mvula and Van Morrison.
Moby has claimed he has insider information that Donald Trump is being blackmailed by the Russian government.
In a post on Facebook, Moby claims to have spent the weekend “talking to friends that work in DC” and that he can “accurately” reveal what he says are truths about Trump.
In the post, which you can see below, Moby writes, “The Russian dossier on Trump is real. 100% real. He’s being blackmailed by the Russian government, not just for being peed on by Russian hookers, but for much more nefarious things.”
The ‘Black Lacquer’ EP features Treasure Fingers, Madeaux, High Klassified, and FG co-founder Nick Catchdubs as they put their own spin on Moby’s notable hits such as ‘Natural Blues’ and ‘Porcelain’.
The sounds touch on everything from zesty club bass to house and techno - theres's a little something for everyone.
Moby has become the latest in the seemingly never-ending line of musicians to turn down offers to play Donald Trump's presidential inauguration ball later this month.
Despite being outspoken in both his dislike of Trump and his support of Hillary Clinton, the US artist shared a post on Instagram yesterday (9th January), revealing that he was asked by a booking agent if he would DJ the event.
Moby is on a feral mission. In fact, he has been for more than 30 years. Now, the globally renowned DJ/musician/composer/activist’s message has taken center stage thanks to the first-ever Circle V music festival in Los Angeles at the Fonda Theatre. It’s here that the longtime spokesman for animal rights called upon his friends in that community to come together to raise awareness for the vegan lifestyle.