News featuring Moby

The following news stories mention Moby. Stories are compiled from a hand-picked selection of popular music news sites based in Great Britain, Europe and the United States. Updated less than 3 hours ago.

’15 Feb 26 Thu

Thursday 26th February

’15 Feb 24 Tue

Tuesday 24th February

  • Hear Will Butler's second track specially written for the Guardian, Waving Flag

    All this week, Arcade Fire’s Will Butler is writing songs based on stories he’s read in the Guardian. Today’s takes its inspiration from the stories of an anti-apartheid hero’s remains being repatriated and Ukrainian separatists celebrating a Soviet holiday

    • Read the stories that inspired Waving Flag – here and here
    • Hear Will Butler’s first track for the Guardian, Clean Monday

    I was barely alive for the Cold War. I mean, I was alive, but I don’t particularly remember it. I was born in 1982. But I still have a deep American kneejerk suspicion of Soviet communism. What can I say? Though, really, that suspicion is somewhat justified by the horrific history of the Soviet Union.

    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

’15 Feb 20 Fri

Friday 20th February

  • Arcade Fire's Will Butler: 'My goal in art is to be like Moby-Dick'

    The multi-instrumentalist and composer will write a song a day from 23 February for a week about a different Guardian news story. Here, he talks about optimism in the face of world horrors, sibling rivalry and his debut solo album, Policy

    Arcade Fire’s Will Butler will be writing a song a day based upon a news story in the Guardian for a week from 23 February. Each original track will premiere on the Guardian’s website.

    Read the complete article at feeds.theguardian.com

’15 Feb 11 Wed

Wednesday 11th February

’15 Jan 27 Tue

Tuesday 27th January

  • Moby: Hotel: Ambient

    A re-release of a Moby bonus disc shifts focus back to the one of the artist's neglected talents.

    It was in 2005 when Moby, aka Richard Hall, made a wider bid for becoming a singer-songwriter with his album Hotel. Alongside the usual downtempo instrumentals were more "songs" in the verse-chorus-with-lyrics variety. It wasn't particularly well received. Even Moby himself wasn't too thrilled with the way it turned out, referring to the album as "generic" on more than one occasion. But Moby's Hotel, like the temporary form of lodging after which it was named,…

    Read the complete article at www.popmatters.com

’15 Jan 23 Fri

Friday 23rd January

’14 Dec 3 Wed

Wednesday 3rd December

  • The Acid: Liminal

    Mute Records continues to surprise with the latest signing of the Acid, a genre-bending super sound.

    I’m not sure if you guys have picked up on this, but there’s something interesting going on over at Mute Records, a British label founded in 1978 by Daniel Miller which has brought us Depeche Mode, Erasure, Moby and many other 'household' names. Sometime in 2011, the parent label, Mute Artists Ltd, began licensing music by some of the top electronic and experimental artists on the scene. Among the many, Mute Artists Ltd released records…

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Monday 20th October

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Monday 13th October

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