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    I wish he had announced his whole tour at the same time. It seems silly to spend the first night I am Paris sitting in a theatre when I could see the same show in the US a couple months later.
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    If you don't have plans, seeing a show in Paris would be a great way to get to know the place and people a bit better. Last time i was there, missed a Snoop and Stray Cats shows by a few days.

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    go see him in Paris, fool.

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    Quote Originally Posted by shakermaker113 View Post
    go see him in Paris, fool.
    for fucking serious, hhhmmm i love Paris and pampelmouse

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    You guys sold me... I woke up at 2am last night to order tickets.
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    Tell us all about it when the time comes!
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    Hello Official Moby Thread, I like you.

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    AWESOME mix by Moby

    http://www.xlr8r.com/podcast/2010/06/moby/

    01 Messiah "Temple of Dreams" (Kickin)
    02 Mentasm "I Need Release"
    03 Altern8 "Frequency" (Network)
    04 N-Joi "Mindflux" (RCA)
    05 Ragga Twins "Hooligan 69" (Shut Up and Dance)
    06 Awesome 3 "Don't Go" (City Beat)
    07 Moby "Next is the E" (Instinct)
    08 Hyper Go Go "High" (Hooj Choons)
    09 Fierce Ruling Diva "You Gotta Believe" (React)
    10 Bizarre Inc. "Playing With Knives" (Vinyl Solution)
    11 Messiah "Xeroxed"
    12 Dream Frequency "Feel So Real" (City Beat)

    Full of old school rave tunes from the early 90s

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    According to his FB, Moby likes this mash-up better than his original:

    9/18 CHVRCHES @ the Fox Theatre *Celebrating an Independent Scotland or United Kingdom?*
    9/22 Tove Lo @ the Fillmore
    9/27 Simian Mobile Disco @ The Mezzanine
    10/5 The War On Drugs @ The Fillmore
    10/21 Jessie Ware @ The Chapel
    10/24 Little Dragon @ the Fox Theatre
    10/24 Rüfüs Du Sol @ The Mezzanine
    10/29 PHISH @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
    10/31 AlunaGeorge @ 1015 (?)
    11/29 London Grammar @ the Fox Theatre

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    From Moby's FB:

    oh, i just got a list of the galleries where we'll be having exhibitions of the images from 'destroyed'. here's the list. hopefully see you soon. and in miami tomorrow. and then soon. oh, i'll be announcing concert tour dates soon, too. thanks moby
    9/18 CHVRCHES @ the Fox Theatre *Celebrating an Independent Scotland or United Kingdom?*
    9/22 Tove Lo @ the Fillmore
    9/27 Simian Mobile Disco @ The Mezzanine
    10/5 The War On Drugs @ The Fillmore
    10/21 Jessie Ware @ The Chapel
    10/24 Little Dragon @ the Fox Theatre
    10/24 Rüfüs Du Sol @ The Mezzanine
    10/29 PHISH @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
    10/31 AlunaGeorge @ 1015 (?)
    11/29 London Grammar @ the Fox Theatre

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    Moby laid it down hard at Ultra yesterday. Pretty awesome, and I usually do not like his dj sets

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    You can download Moby's recent Ultra set for free here:

    http://www.audiobeats.net/liveset?id...usa-26-03-2011

    AudioBeats.net is an awesome resource for free downloads of dj and live sets from hundreds of electronic artists.
    9/18 CHVRCHES @ the Fox Theatre *Celebrating an Independent Scotland or United Kingdom?*
    9/22 Tove Lo @ the Fillmore
    9/27 Simian Mobile Disco @ The Mezzanine
    10/5 The War On Drugs @ The Fillmore
    10/21 Jessie Ware @ The Chapel
    10/24 Little Dragon @ the Fox Theatre
    10/24 Rüfüs Du Sol @ The Mezzanine
    10/29 PHISH @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
    10/31 AlunaGeorge @ 1015 (?)
    11/29 London Grammar @ the Fox Theatre

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    Quote Originally Posted by Aphxtwinin View Post
    Moby laid it down hard at Ultra yesterday. Pretty awesome, and I usually do not like his dj sets
    i heard it on SiriusXM and I thought he sounded excellent
    September 16 - Earth
    September 18 - DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist
    September 20 - Skeletonwitch
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    September 23 - Andy Stott
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    October 10 - Bonobo
    October 20 - Mastodon
    October 23 - 26 - Housecore Horror Festival
    October 29 - The Melvins
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    Moby announces the release of a new single, The Day, out May 9th. The Day is taken from his upcoming new studio album, Destroyed, which he releases on his own label Little Idiot on May 16th.

    The Day will be available in advance on iTunes from April 2nd, followed by the official release date and full remix bundle on May 9th. The package will include the original album track, with remixes from Lifelike, Basto, Gesaffelstein, Eddie Thoneick and Funkerman.

    “‘The Day was written in a hotel room in Spain at dawn when I hadn’t slept. It was a beautiful hotel room, a beautiful perfect hotel room and it was six or seven in the morning. I wrote it on a acoustic guitar and recorded it on my phone, brought it home and re-recorded it with old broken down electronics that I have in my studio”. - moby

    The Day was indirectly inspired by David Bowie and Brian Eno’s production which moby believes is now part of his DNA; growing up, moby had Low and Heroes spinning constantly on his turntable. One of the few tracks from Destroyed that moby sings on, The Day is a deeply personal song about late night desperation and dark night of the soul feelings usually associated with some terrible addiction; these themes are woven throughout the journey that his new album takes us on.
    http://soundcloud.com/thelittleidiot/the-day
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    ^ is it just me or does the audio quality sound awful on that song?
    September 16 - Earth
    September 18 - DJ Shadow & Cut Chemist
    September 20 - Skeletonwitch
    September 21 - Nails
    September 23 - Andy Stott
    October 2 - Beck
    October 3-5 - Austin City Limits
    October 10 - Bonobo
    October 20 - Mastodon
    October 23 - 26 - Housecore Horror Festival
    October 29 - The Melvins
    November 7-9 - Fun Fun Fun Fest
    November 18 - Slayer

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    April 27, 2011
    A Castle for the King of Techno
    By JOYCE WADLER
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    THERE are a number of things that delight Moby, once the ultimate downtown New York musician, about his castle in the Hollywood Hills: the gatehouse turret, from which the original owner’s pet monkey screamed across the canyons when the house was built in 1920s; the lore, both rock ’n’ roll and literary and decadent, that has the Rolling Stones living here for a spell, Aldous Huxley residing across the street and porno films shot around the pool; and the hidden room — a former tiki bar — that at one time had a fake grass ceiling and pictures of Hawaiian dancing girls, which he cannot show you, because this house is so new to him that he can’t find the key.

    There is also what he calls the “penultimate” Hollywood view, for which you have to go up the stairs to the master bedroom. Be careful: Moby’s one rule is no shoes on the rug. O.K., now plop down on the rumpled bed. Looking through the window straight ahead, you can see the canyon fall to the Hollywood Reservoir; to your right and up the hill is the famous Hollywood sign. If he were a Hollywood producer and wanted to impress some actress, Moby says, he’d use that view.

    Has he had the opportunity to impress anyone here so far?

    “I had a date, which ended up making out under the view of the Hollywood sign, but nothing too crazy,” says Moby, who is so slight as to be almost as much of a caricature as the drawing on his gray T-shirt. Make that a caricature in pencil. I don’t fit in here? No problem. Rub me out. I work alone a lot of the time anyway. In appearance, Moby is either Jules Feiffer’s illegitimate son, or he was drawn by him.

    But back to the view from the bed and that date. How’s that relationship going?

    “At present, it’s ambiguous. Back in my drinking days, I used to be a little more promiscuous, but now in sobriety, I’m like a nun.” A quick correction: “A monk.”

    It is a heck of an impressive view, he is told; it should have had some effect.

    “She came from a very wealthy background,” Moby says. (Anyway, what fellow wishes his appeal to be property based?) “Hopefully she was impressed by my wit and character.”

    Not so long ago, Moby, a musician and composer Billboard once named “The King of Techno,” was the hippest of downtown guys, running a teahouse/vegetarian cafe on his Lower East Side home turf, where he sometimes stopped in to wait tables, headlining at the Bowery Ballroom and going on about soy milk (well, he still talks about soy milk).

    But now, while he keeps a small apartment in Little Italy, he has moved to Los Angeles, to a castle on three acres with a stone wall, a Disney-esque gatehouse and a kidney-shaped pool.

    Called Wolf’s Lair after its first owner, L. Milton Wolf, a real estate developer, it is a house with old Hollywood flourishes that Norma Desmond would embrace. On the hill overlooking the castle, mounted on a tall pole, is a lamp shaped like a crescent moon, so there will always be the reflection of a moon in the pool, a perfect example of 1920s Hollywood romance. I’ll buy you the moon, baby.

    Moby paid just under $4 million for the house last year and estimates he has put another $2 million into its restoration.

    For an alternative-music guy, Moby, 45, has been doing very well. He has sold 5 million albums and 2 million digital tracks, according to Nielsen SoundScan (his music has been used extensively in soundtracks and commercials), and he has a new album, “Destroyed,” out next month. Written while he was touring, “Destroyed” is “broken-down electronic music for empty cities at 2 a.m.,” he says, and indeed the music has an echoing, futuristic loneliness.

    Moby decided to move to Los Angeles for a number of reasons: New York is so expensive that many of his interesting, creative friends have had to leave; the winters; and that more difficult thing from which to remove oneself, the winter of the soul. The techno musician turns out to have a more debauched past than his persona suggests.

    “I stopped drinking a few years ago, and I got to say that the cold and nastiness of New York in February was a lot easier to handle when I was a crazy drunk,” he says. “If you’re hung over when it’s sleeting outside and 40 degrees, it doesn’t seem so bad.”

    Are we talking alcoholism here, A.A. kind of stuff?

    “A.A. we’re not allowed to talk about, but yeah,” Moby says.

    What made him stop?

    “Simply the consequence of being hung over 48 hours after being drunk for six hours,” he says. “It didn’t used to be that way when I was in my 20s. I could stay up till 7 being drunk, and the hangover lasted for two hours. In my 40s, the hangovers lasted for days, and they were debilitating and soul-destroying. I simply had to stop.”

    IF one were to tell a life story through the houses one has lived in, Moby’s would be particularly rich. A descendant of Herman Melville whose real name is Richard Melville-Hall, he was born in Harlem, when his father was a graduate student at Columbia.

    Moby and his mother moved into her prosperous family’s Connecticut home when his father, whom she was divorcing, died driving drunk. His mother, who died of lung cancer 13 years ago, was a sometime secretary and devoted hippie. In 1969, she took him to live in San Francisco.

    “My first memory — I don’t want to malign my mother, I can almost see her in heaven slapping her head and saying ‘Couldn’t you say nice things?’ — my first memory is her putting me in this ghetto day care so she could take drugs with her friends,” he says, laughing. “My second memory was her and her friends getting really high and sneaking me into X-rated movies.”

    A few years later Moby and his mother moved back to Connecticut, living sometimes with her parents in their “perfect suburban” center hall colonial house in Darien, and at other times on their own, in grungier, darker places.

    “We were dirt-poor white trash in arguably the wealthiest white town in the country,” Moby says. “I was on food stamps until I was 18 and became an adult.”

    Their homes included a one-bedroom over a garage and a suburban house turned crash pad. “That was basically a mid-’70s drug den,” he says, “where her first boyfriend was a Hell’s Angel and her second boyfriend was a crazy drug addict who played pedal steel in a country-western bar band.”

    When his friends’ parents came to pick him up for sleepovers at their homes, Moby would give them the address of a nice house.

    He became interested in music in high school, when he started going to clubs in New York. At 19, after forming his own band and working as a D.J. at a club, he moved into his own place, in an abandoned factory in Stamford, Conn.

    “It had no running water and no bathroom, but there was free electricity so I could make music, and I was really happy,” he says, adding: “I didn’t have any romantic life. For some reason, I had a hard time finding a girl who was interested in dating a man who lived in a crack neighborhood with no bathroom and no shower.”

    In 1986, he moved to Lower Manhattan, where he lived in a series of colorful dumps. There was the tiny two-bedroom on Mott Street owned by a crack addict, and the apartment down the block in a building that had been a Civil War prison.

    As the money started rolling in, he started buying extravagant properties. In 2005, he bought four floors of an Upper West Side building for $4.5 million, but got “really lonely” and sold the apartment a few years later, moving back downtown.

    In 2003, he bought a 9,000-square-foot house overlooking the Hudson River in Kent Cliffs, about an hour north of Manhattan. “It wasn’t a home,” he says. “It was just, I don’t know, a weird degenerate country house. I built a disco in it. It was a great place for 30 people to have a drunken weekend, but it was not such a great place for one person to be there by himself.”

    He was drinking at this point?

    “Oh, boy, yeah, that was the whole reason I had the house,” Moby says. “I could go up there for the weekend with friends and just have a whole bunch of lost weekends.”

    And all these years we thought he was a clean-living vegetarian with an ascetic life.

    “The vegetarian part is true, and I work in an ascetic way, but for a good 15 years in New York, I was sort of tragically notorious for always being the last person to leave the bar,” he says. “And sometimes inviting everybody in the bar back to my house at 4 in the morning. At one point, I had been at the Mars Bar, and I invited everyone at 4 in the morning back to my house. And at 6 or 7, I had to pee and there were three complete strangers smoking crack in my bathroom. And that is when I realized inviting people back to my house at 4 in the morning was not such a good idea.”

    The enormous country house was not such a good idea, either.

    “It was huge,” Moby says. “It rambled on when I was there by myself. I felt like Orson Welles at the end of ‘Citizen Kane.’

    “And this is not a joke, this is not hyperbole — when I renovated the place in Kent, I made the most beautiful bedroom I had ever seen: 1,500 square feet, walls of glass facing north, south, east, 10 beautiful skylights. And I have never had worse insomnia than when I stayed there. So for the last six months that I had that house, I put my mattress in the closet and I slept in the closet. The closet was dark. The problem with the big wall of glass, the sun would come up just as I was trying to go to sleep.”

    He sold the house four years ago. Last year, looking at houses in the Hollywood Hills, he glanced across Beachwood Canyon and saw “this crazy shining castle.” The price had dropped 50 percent. He went to see it and, as he says, fell in love.

    The castle needed major work. The roof leaked. The living room walls had been painted a dark gray, the floors had been painted black, the wall above the Gothic fireplace was covered in shells and there was what Moby calls “a low-rent country kitchen from 1979 with strange terra cotta tiles that were ugly to begin with.” He wanted a restoration, not a renovation.

    “I basically went through the house and found all the original details from the ’20s and tried to renovate the house around all the original architectural elements,” he says, which meant getting rid of “everything from 1945 on.”

    The guest house remodeled by the Frank Lloyd Wright protégé John Lautner in 1961 was exempt from this edict. Moby hired the Los Angeles architecture and design firm of Tim Barber to redo the roof, the kitchen, the plumbing and the wiring, and to replace all the windows and add three bathrooms to the main house. He also plans to turn the tiki barroom into an invitation-only magic theater.

    The talk turns to his new album, which he wrote while touring, and to the book of photos accompanying it. They’re lonely images: deserted cities in the middle of the night, empty tunnels, an office building at 4 a.m. when the cleaning crew has turned on the fluorescent lights.

    It’s odd that someone who finds beauty in these stark, dehumanized places has chosen to live in what seems like the opposite, a fairy tale castle, Moby is told.

    “It’s also, in large part, the opposite of the houses I lived in growing up, which were very small and dark,” he says. “Basically, a Freudian in their first three days of school would be able to figure out the psychological impetus, which is creating or moving into the idea that I dreamed of when I was a poor kid.”

    All he needs now, to go with the castle, is a lady.

    “I concur,” Moby says. “Well, I disagree. That is not all I need. I need dogs. A house filled with dogs and a smart, funny, kind, loving girlfriend or wife. It’s terrifying, but actually it seems like a really nice idea.”
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    whole album streaming in full...
    http://destroyed.moby.com/

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    coo
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    I really like the new Moby album--definitely more than Wait For Me. You can hear the deserted cites at night vibe he is going for throughout the album. It seems like found a good middle ground between the late night party of Last Night and the downtempo melancholy of Wait For Me. I am super psyched to see him in Paris in a couple weeks.

    I guess my only critique would be that the tracks where the female vocals are the focus, and the music is more minimal, are weaker than the rest of the album.
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    I only listened once but really liked it too.

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    Moby sucks...and not in a gay way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gaypalmsprings View Post
    Moby sucks...and not in a gay way.
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    BLACK SWAN I WANT REVIEWS NAO! or whenever possible kthnxbai!

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    Quote Originally Posted by fatbastard View Post
    All he needs now, to go with the castle, is a lady.

    “I concur,” Moby says. “Well, I disagree. That is not all I need. I need dogs. A house filled with dogs and a smart, funny, kind, loving girlfriend or wife. It’s terrifying, but actually it seems like a really nice idea.”
    He always seems to say that.. He is probably gay and should just say that... right? Has he even been connected with dating a girl his whole career?

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    he's been connected with partying with Bjork, so he could possibly be gay. I WANT A SETLIST

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    Quote Originally Posted by nationocean View Post
    He always seems to say that.. He is probably gay and should just say that... right? Has he even been connected with dating a girl his whole career?
    In 2002 I lived next to a girl who worked at a strip club in Hollywood. She got to be friends with Moby. He wasn't gay then.
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    this guy recorded the whole Paris show...

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    Very nice!!! Good find.
    9/18 CHVRCHES @ the Fox Theatre *Celebrating an Independent Scotland or United Kingdom?*
    9/22 Tove Lo @ the Fillmore
    9/27 Simian Mobile Disco @ The Mezzanine
    10/5 The War On Drugs @ The Fillmore
    10/21 Jessie Ware @ The Chapel
    10/24 Little Dragon @ the Fox Theatre
    10/24 Rüfüs Du Sol @ The Mezzanine
    10/29 PHISH @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
    10/31 AlunaGeorge @ 1015 (?)
    11/29 London Grammar @ the Fox Theatre

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    Set list from the Paris show:

    1. Be The One
    2. Sevastopol
    3. In My Heart
    4. Go
    5. Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad
    6. The Day
    7. Flower
    8. We Are All Made Of Stars
    9. Slipping Away
    10. Beautiful
    11. Bodyrock
    12. Porcelain
    13. The Right Thing
    14. Extreme Ways
    15. Moby "Solo Darbouka"
    16. Sometimes
    17. In This World
    18. Lie Down In Darkness
    19. Moby "Solo Drummin'"
    20. Disco Lies
    21. The Stars
    22. Raining Again
    23. After
    24. Troubles So Hard
    25. Life Me Up
    26. Led Zeppelin - Whole Lotta Love (Cover)
    27. Feeling So Real

    We can download the YouTube video, if someone can figure out this site, which is in Russian:

    http://rutracker.org/forum/viewtopic.php?t=3588884
    9/18 CHVRCHES @ the Fox Theatre *Celebrating an Independent Scotland or United Kingdom?*
    9/22 Tove Lo @ the Fillmore
    9/27 Simian Mobile Disco @ The Mezzanine
    10/5 The War On Drugs @ The Fillmore
    10/21 Jessie Ware @ The Chapel
    10/24 Little Dragon @ the Fox Theatre
    10/24 Rüfüs Du Sol @ The Mezzanine
    10/29 PHISH @ Bill Graham Civic Auditorium
    10/31 AlunaGeorge @ 1015 (?)
    11/29 London Grammar @ the Fox Theatre

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    Default Re: Moby: The Official Thread

    hit the first big red link in the download box it reads: cka4atb .....get google chrome, gives you the option to translate any page in a foreign language

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