Apparently Moby has started a blog about architecture in Los Angeles
Science Fiction / Double Feature
performed by Amanda Palmer, Moby, Stephin Merritt, and Neil Gaiman, on the The Late Late Show with Craig Ferguson. [more inside]
Raven and Jason
live together in Vancouver's downtown East Side.
A touching short documentary about life on the edge.
The Moby Quotient [I]n the late 1990s, the techno artist Moby, as hip as they come, openly boasted of having sold every track of his breakthrough album "Play" to an advertiser, or to a film or TV soundtrack. The album should perhaps have been called "Pay."
In homage Bill Wyman of Hitsville
has dubbed his formula for determining the offensiveness of a rock-based advertisement. (accompanying article
, book/video/audio mash of the novel Moby Dick, Orson Welles from an Italian movie, Led Zeppelin and original artwork by Alex Itn. See also Ulysees
Would the real Postal Service please stand up?
The Postal Service
named their band to reflect the fact that its album was created by mailing tracks back and forth between collaborators. But about a year ago, it received a cease and desist order from that other
Postal Service, as in, that one that actually delivers the mail.
Well, a year later, instead of crushing the synth-wielding weaklings, the two entities have actually kissed and made up. The Postal Service gets to keep its name, and in exchange, the USPS gets a house band for its upcoming conference and maybe a soundtrack for its next tv spot. Somewhere, Moby is nodding approvingly.
Attack of the Disco Furball!
The cute animated character has become something of a staple for alterno-pop videos - from the runaway milk carton in Blur's Coffee and TV
to the big-nosed moper in Moby's Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad
. But new heights of weirdness are reached on this Flash video called Jive County
which shows a be-stetsoned one-legged bundle of hair bouncing to an electro beat.
When all dot-com companies
existed in full power (late 90's), none of us could actually use
them (because of our lazy dial-up modems), now that we could use them they don't exist. "Which leads me to think that there might be another dot-com flourishing just around the corner." Is Moby right
heather champ is looking to get moby to submit a shot himself to the mirror project by her fortieth birthday.
now moby's taken shots of himself in several reflective surfaces
before and he even keeps a weblog - so he's pretty much the mirror project
's target audience. as of today, there's only eighty.one days left for heather's dream to become a reality. spread the word and make one gal's dream a reality.
What's the Frequency, Moby?
Techno superstar Moby
was assaulted by a pair of mysterious assailants last night after a concert in Boston. "He wrote on his Web site that he is not angry about the attack, just mystified about the motive. He has asked the attackers to post an explanation." Moby's journal
has been discussed previously
, but is worth a look if you've never visited.
Moby on the cover of the NYTimes Mag,
talking about music. Actually, the whole issue is "Future of music" related, and considers what will be valuable when the music itself becomes free. Very interesting stories. It's an NYT story, so l:metafilter, p:metafilter.
What's going on with pop music these days?
Nick from the Backstreet Boys resists arrest and then breaks into tears when it happens anyway.
Moby gets the crap kicked out of him
by a stray kitten.
What kind of example are these people setting for our youth? Especially Moby...
Moby tells his side of the story.
Moby lives in Lower Manhattan, and he has been keeping the world updated in his own online journal. He has some rather poignant things to say. Moby feels that paying taxes to security organizations who have failed to protect the US is stupid. I'm inclined to agree.