Alternative rock superstar and Harlem native Moby is coming clean. He’s been sober for three years and talks honestly about art, music and life on the road.
Moby talks about growing up in Harlem, and his small downtown tea company “Teany.” Continue reading
Electronic artist and Harlem native Moby understands better than most the importance of domestic violence shelters for women in need, having grown up with a mother who was involved in several abusive relationships.
At the age of eight, “I had to stop her from being stabbed to death by a boyfriend of hers,” Moby tells Billboard. “I hate to say this, but almost half of the women I know who are friends of mine have been in abusive relationships of some sort or another.”
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Harlem born Moby’s first hit, 1992′s “Go,” sampled the soundtrack from the TV cult classic Twin Peaks. In a recent blog post, the electronic music superstar cited “Peaks” creator David Lynch
as “creative impetus” behind his new album, Wait for Me. (Lynch also directed the album’s first video.) We ask Moby about the role his filmmaker friend played. And, he performs his new song “Mistake” live.
The Porcelain, 2007 video above by Moby [born Richard Melville Hall on September 11th 1965] is an American songwriter, musician and singer. He was born in Harlem, New York, and raised in Darien, Connecticut… Continue reading