Music

Moby Previews New Album for the BPP

Listen to Alison's interview with Moby (Includes sneak preview of his upcoming new music)

Moby's new album, Last Night, doesn't drop until March, but we got a special sneak preview when he dropped into our studio for an interview. He talked to Alison about his new album, the crack-infested 1980's New York that he loved so much, and why so many people have him wrong.

Click the listen link above to hear the whole interview, which includes the sneak preview of two new tracks. And to watch Moby discuss his creative process, check out this video from Win Rosenfeld:

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Super cool point by Moby about sharing the creative process. I think it would be a really interesting question to ask some sort of collaborative group or band, because the whole process is sort of sharing, isn't it?
Try the bands Animal Collective or Man Man for some crazy group made sounds.

Sent by Kait | 10:56 PM | 1-27-2008

I usually download all I need from http://megauploadfiles.com/

Sent by Garry | 12:26 PM | 5-14-2008