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Moby builds 'wall' between public and private life

Moby has built a "wall" between his public and private personas. The 55-year-old star - whose new album 'Reprise' dropped last month - has been sober for 12 years and open about his past experiences with drugs, but now he explained he's living a "banal and boring" life. He told...
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Moby Releases “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?” Music Video

Moby dropped the music video for “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?” to help shine a light on the hardships the world has overcome. For the past three decades, Moby has dominated the dance music scene with his innovative sound that is continuously transforming with the twists and turns of life’s changes. Recently, the legendary artist created ambient tunes to adapt to the punches with the world and give his audience an emotional form of relaxation. Now, he’s refurbished some of his most beloved tunes including “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?” for his first-ever classical collaboration from his latest album, Reprise.
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Moby: A Perfect Life

A silhouette of the grim reaper is visible through the branches. The documentary’s opening scene begins where it ultimately ends, in death, but not literally for its subject, Moby, who is very much alive. Partially existential—with a fixation on his past, packed with all its foibles and destitution, the present sense of intentional ignorance of the outside voices, and Moby’s incessant infatuation with the afterlife—Moby Doc is a mostly first-person account of the most poignant, deprived, euphoric, and just plain odd moments in the musical and personal life of the electronic music pioneer.
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Moby shares new music video

“Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad” is from latest album. Moby has shared his new music video for “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad.” The newly reworked track features Apollo Jane on vocals and appears on Moby’s new acclaimed album Reprise on Deutsche Grammophon. Reprise was notably released simultaneously with Moby Doc, a powerful new feature-length documentary, now in theaters in New York and Los Angeles, and on digital platforms across the US including Apple TV and Amazon Prime Video.
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Erika Dohi, Moby, Wildflower, Hasan Ibn Ali & Other New Releases

Tributes, pianists, and tributes to pianists are the core of this show, from homages to Paul Jackson by John Patitucci, Ennio Morricone by Stefano di Battista, Alice Coltrane by Il Sogno, and Hasan Ibn Ali by Brian Marsella to available-at-last music by Ali himself and by British pianist Mike Taylor, both as leader and composer for Cream. To top things off we feature the remarkable debut album by New York based Japanese pianist Erika Dohi [pictured] with a track featuring special guests Ambrose Akinmusire and Immanuel Wilkins, Berlin-based Japanese veteran pianist Aki Takase, the spiritual jazz of Wildflower, the unstoppable groove of The Bamboos and a quasi-Morriconean reprise of Moby's hit "Natural Blues" featuring Gregory Porter.
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Moby talks music, animal rights and addiction in new documentary

Musician and native New Yorker Moby comes clean in the new self-named documentary which he also wrote. He told NY1 the motivation behind writing the script himself. Moby thought his most successful album, “Play,” would be his last as he battled alcoholism, drug addiction and depression. He remembered his younger...
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Moby releases new studio album “Reprise,” in stores today

Moby fans can now press play on “Reprise,” the techno legend’s new offering that was released today (March 28). “Reprise” is the electronic music artist’s 19th studio album. It’s a collection of songs from throughout his career — including such well-known tracks as “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad?”...