Moby Music From Porcelain This double CD features one disc of music that accompanies Moby's new book Porcelain and a second disc of music that has inspiried Moby throughout his career! Little Idiot CD
Moby Innocents Brand new album from Moby, on his own Little Idiot label, boasting an interesting list of collaborators including Wayne Coyne of The Flaming Lips, Mark Lanegan, Cold Specks, Skylar Grey, Inyang Bassey and indie-folk singer Damien Jurada.https://www.facebook.com/mobymusic Little Idiot CD | LP
Moby Play: The B-Sides A very limited vinyl pressing of the Play: B-sides from Moby, marking the first time the compilation has ever been released on vinyl. Little Idiot LP
Moby Porcelain Remixes [RSD] This is an exclusive release for Record Store Day 2017. More stock expected on Tuesday Timo Maas and James Teej Remixes Rockets & Ponies 12" RSD 2017
Moby Animal Rights LP reissue of Moby's Animal Rights, such a shift in sound on this album, ity shows this musician's diversity! Like Everything Is Wrong, Animal Rights goes from one extreme to the next, swinging from contemplative, classical prettiness to screaming-guitar mayhem. But this time out, there's less fun in between those two poles. Moby strays even further from his celebratory rave roots and pummels us with a sonic depiction of our apocalyptic society. Mute LP
Moby Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt Moby has released a new single and video for “Like a Motherless Child,” from his forthcoming album Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt. Featuring LA-based soulstress Raquel Rodriguez, “Like a Motherless Child” is a re-work of the well- known spiritual, with its origins in the slavery of the American South. The track describes the void left when one feels separated from a parent, higher power or similar guiding force. Over the years this powerful song has been reinterpreted by the likes of Odetta, Lena Horne, Mahalia Jackson and Van Morrison. The album is a glowing tapestry exploring spirituality, individuality and the brokenness of humanity and finds him returning to his orchestral, soul, trip-hop and gospel roots. Little Idiot CD | LP
Moby Go Three remixes of Moby's 1990 song Go, originally released as the lead single from his self-titled album. “I was at school in London when i first heard ‘Go’. It was played a lot on Kiss FM which we all used to listen to. I didn’t watch twin peaks so i didn’t know that this was where the big string chords had come from, it just hit me emotionally and i loved it. i also loved the mournful ‘yeah-eah- eah’ sample which was so simple but completely perfect. a lot of techno and rave was quite brash at that time and this was an antidote for me. At that age, if i was really into something i would work out how to play it on the piano and i remember sitting in the music room at school, hammering out the ‘moby chords’ when i should have been practising my scales. i don’t really regret that - at least i knew the chords when it came to making a remix years later!” - Rex the Dog - 2016 Little Idiot 12"
Moby Everything is Wrong LP reissue of Moby's Everything is Wrong Even more noteworthy is that for all that the album is a definite product of time and place, namely 1994-1995, it stands up to further listens for all the further changes in dance since. Having already made his mark with tracks like "Go," "Next Is the E," and "Move," on Everything Is Wrong Moby attempted to balance out the creation of an album in a complete, single-unit sense with his knack for immediately catchy singles. On the latter point he succeeds perfectly, with the frenetic, jungle-inspired anthemic diva showcase "Feeling So Real" (punctuated just so with English-inspired MC breaks) and the giddily sweet pop-minded house of "Everytime You Touch Me" utterly irresistible. Hints of future changes crop up with the speed metal-via-Ministry reworking of Move EP's "All That I Need Is to Be Loved," but the similarly minded blues/thrash of "What Love" forecasts the ham-handed slogs of Animal Rights all too well. Mute LP