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Moby

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Pick Three: Moby

Monday, July 28, 2014

Moby shares three favorite songs he discovered through college and public radio for Soundcheck's Pick Three series.

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Watch: Moby, In The Studio

Monday, July 28, 2014

Watch Moby perform an extended session of new songs from Innocents and old classics in the Soundcheck studio.

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Moby Plays From 'Innocents' And Shares Three Favorite Songs

Monday, July 28, 2014

With John Schaefer on vacation this week, Soundcheck is turning to special guests to fill the host chair and revisiting some of our favorite interviews and studio performances.

Today, songwriter, producer, DJ and sardonic wit Moby returns to Soundcheck for an extended session and conversation with John Schaefer. Hear him play songs from his 11th studio album, 2013's Innocents, and other songs from his back catalogue.

Plus: Moby shares a Pick Three playlist of music that he loves right now.

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A Visit From Moby

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

In this episode: Moby — the singer, songwriter, DJ, and sardonic wit — returns to Soundcheck for an extended in-studio session and conversation with John Schaefer. He plays songs from his 11th studio album, Innocents, and other songs from his back catalogue. 

Plus: Moby offers up a Pick Three of favorite tracks.

Moby Talks about Insomnia, Travel, Photography, and Music

Friday, September 02, 2011

Moby talks about his new album and book of photographs, “Destroyed.” The book Destroyed features 55 photographs taken all over the world, and helps to show the strange and disconcerting life of touring that is rarely seen—time spent isolated in anonymous, mundane spaces like hotel rooms, airports, and backstage waiting areas. Songs on the album “Destroyed” were written mostly late at night, in hotel rooms around the world when cities had gone to sleep.

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Moby on Insomnia, Travel, and "Destroyed"

Wednesday, May 11, 2011

Moby talks about his new album and book of photographs, “Destroyed.” The book Destroyed features 55 photographs taken all over the world, and helps to show the strange and disconcerting life of touring that is rarely seen—time spent isolated in anonymous, mundane spaces like hotel rooms, airports, and backstage waiting areas. Songs on the album “Destroyed” were written mostly late at night, in hotel rooms around the world when cities had gone to sleep. Clic Gallery in New York City will host “Destroyed: Photographs by Moby,” an exhibition May 12-June 26 featuring photos and multimedia work from “Destroyed.”

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An Hour with Guest Host Moby

Friday, August 13, 2010

Electronic music superstar Moby has released nine studio albums, blurred boundaries between techno and rock, and maintained one of the most interesting resumes in the pop world. He even recently appeared on the NBC sitcom 30 Rock. But today, he tackles a new project: hosting Soundcheck.

A special performance by Moby

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

Two weeks before he releases a new album of re-mixes of his own work Wait For Me. Remixes! — he joins Soundcheck to play live in the Greene Space.

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Live from the Greene Space: Moby and Somi

Tuesday, May 04, 2010

The platinum-selling electronic artist and New York's foremost "New African Soul" singer join us for live performances and conversations in the Jerome L. Greene Performance Space.

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Moby and Somi on Soundcheck

Tuesday, May 4, 2010

2:00 PM

Two weeks before he releases a new album of re-mixes of his own work –  “Wait For Me. Remixes!”--, Moby joins Soundcheck to play live, with "New African Soul" singer-songwriter Somi opening.

Mossberg, Moby, and Music

Friday, August 07, 2009

Moby and Walter Mossberg,The Wall Street Journal "Personal Technologies" columnist, discuss the ways technology has changed how music is created and how fans acquire and discover music.

Event: Moby and Walter Mossberg will be in conversation
Monday, August 10th, at 7:30 pm
Lincoln Center's Rose Building
165 West ...

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Moby

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

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 ...

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Moby's Next Chapter

Wednesday, June 03, 2009

Moby has sold over 15 million records in a two-decade career that spans punk, electronica, disco and DJ culture. He joins us to play songs from his new album, Wait for Me. And: Femi Kuti started playing music in the band led by his father, the late Afrobeat pioneer Fela ...

Moby Returns to the Dance Floor

Wednesday, April 30, 2008

On his latest album, Moby surveys his vast dance music past, cramming disco, house, rap and more onto one 63-minute CD. Today, the ubiquitous DJ and songwriter reflects on 25 years of nightclubbing in New York. Plus: Pianist Helio Alves and drummer Duduka da Fonseca are New York-based Brazilian musicians ...

Best of Soundcheck Live: Episode One

Monday, July 30, 2007

Moby sold more than 15 million records in the 90s and became a superstar of electronic music. Here he and his guitar go acoustic opening a series of three special Soundcheck shows with our best live performances of 2006. This episode also includes live performances by singer songwriter Joseph Arthur, ...

Moby

Friday, November 17, 2006

Pop culture's favorite vegan, Moby, has been producing beautiful, catchy music, and lots of it, for well over a decade. He's just released a new album, Go: The Very Best of Moby, and he joins Kurt to talk about the ubiquity of his music, and why he feels ...

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