Moby has a new album on the way and has released its first single.
Moby has been teasing his work his new project, the Void Pacific Choir, in enigmatic fashion, and now, he's shared a second track, "Almost Loved."
Fans can listen to the Flaming Lips' cover of 'Lucy In the Sky With Diamonds' featuring Miley Cyrus and Moby.
A month after teasing a tracklisting for their upcoming tribute to the Beatles' 'Sgt. Pepper's Lonely Hearts Club Band,' the Flaming Lips have officially unveiled the star-studded cast they've assembled to re-create the LP.
Two seemingly opposite musical titans, electronica mastermind Moby and gruff-throated rocker Mark Lanegan, have teamed up for the new song 'The Lonely Night.' Both are veteran musicians -- Moby the DJ behind 1999's diamond-certified 'Play,' Lanegan a former Screaming Trees/Gutter Twins member and serial collaborator whose list of credits includes the Twilight Singers and Mad Season -- and each brings his distinct sound on the slow-burning electronica ballad, which will be released Saturday as a Record Store Day 7-inch single, with the flip side featuring a remix from Phoenix.
Moby ponders his mortality in this video for 'Natural Blues,' one of several crossover hits off his massively successful 1999 album 'Play.' A geriatric Moby and his fellow old-folks'-home residents relive his days as a rock star by watching a video from back in day, and the former 'Addams Family' star appears as an angelic figure who carries him off to a seemingly better place...
Moby had released a string of not-too-successful electronica albums before dropping the 1996 platter 'Animal Rights,' which saw the DJ revisiting his former days as a punk rocker. There are several theories about what this has to do with the scientist holding the baby on the cover, but we're not exactly buying any of them...
Moby has never been one to keep his political opinions to himself, so it's no surprise he decided to weigh in on the presidential campaign now that Mitt Romney has selected Rep. Paul Ryan as his running mate. "Paul Ryan, Mitt Romney, and the Republican Party of 2012 worry and frighten me," the accomplished DJ wrote yesterday in a blog post on his website (news tip via Spinner).