In January , Moby announced that he was to begin working on his next record. He said "the mood for this record will be more acoustic and less electronic than before". Diamondsnake released two albums on Facebook. On February 15, , Moby announced the release of his new album, Destroyed. It was released on May 16, It is a picture of a sign that reads 'destroyed', part of the longer phrase "All unclaimed baggage will be destroyed.
Along with the album's announcement came the release of the EP Be the One , which contains 3 of the tracks from Destroyed  The EP was released free for those who signed up for Moby's mailing list. On August 30, Moby posted another request for the third official single, this time asking fans to say which should be next, without a poll. On April 30, , Moby released Destroyed Remixed , a limited edition 2CD collection of remixes of songs from the studio album, Destroyed.
The release included three new exclusive remixes by David Lynch , Holy Ghost! Compiled and mixed by Moby, Destroyed Remixed was described as 'an eclectic mix of some the most exciting and interesting artists and DJ's in contemporary music'. An accompanying video was created by Colin Rich, of which Moby stated: In July, Moby announced that he would be releasing a new studio album entitled Innocents.
The album had been written and recorded in the previous 18 months and was due for release in October. The album was recorded in Moby's apartment and features a number of guest vocalists, in keeping with earlier releases such as Play, 18 and Wait For Me. As with Destroyed , the photographs comprising the album's artwork were all shot by Moby. The first official single from the album is titled A Case for Shame while the previously released track The Lonely Night will also appear on Innocents.
The album was produced by Grammy-winner Mark 'Spike' Stent. Moby stated that the reason for doing little to no touring for this album was that "when I go on tour I sit around a lot cars, airports, hotels, etc , and when I sit around I can't spend my time making music. And pretty much all I want to do in life is stay home and make music. On January 29 this was followed up by the second single and video, "Mere Anarchy", which Moby described as "post apocalypse, people are gone, and my friend Julie and I are time traveling aliens visiting the empty Earth.
Moby contributed two songs to the score of Michael Mann 's film Heat: Moby explained in a interview, after rerecording the song for the fourth film, that the producers of the franchise sought a different musical work for the second film, but "simply ran out of time", after which they accepted "Extreme Ways" as the accidental theme song for the entire series. The compilation album features Moby songs that have appeared in films such as Cool World , Scream , Tomorrow Never Dies Moby contributed four songs to the soundtrack of the film The Next Three Days , including the single " Mistake ".
Moby has collaborated live with many of his heroes while on tour or at fundraisers. In , he collaborated with Spain-based group Dubsidia, making dubstep and electro house. In , Moby was responsible for the soundtrack of the documentary The Crash Reel , who tells the story of snowboarder Kevin Pearce. Starting in around , Moby launched a series of co-owned business ventures, with the two most prominent being the "Little Idiot Collective"—a New York City, U.
Teany was cofounded in with his ex-girlfriend Kelly Tisdale. All of the restaurant's profits are donated to animal welfare organizations. Moby headlined the event for the second year with artists Waka Flocka Flame , Dreamcar and Raury featuring on the bill. In June , Moby and numerous other celebrities appeared in a video showing support for Chelsea Manning. Moby identifies as heterosexual as well as cisgender. Moby is a vegan and supports animal rights. In March , Moby made his debut as an author when Gristle: Moby created a vegan restaurant named Little Pine in Los Angeles that opened for business on November 20, Moby personally runs the restaurant.
In an interview with Psychology Today , Moby admitted that when he was 19, he tried LSD and began suffering from panic attacks. He says that he no longer experiences them as frequently as he used to, but occasionally he will "have too much caffeine , be stressed out about work and be in a relationship that's not going well, and it will happen again. When asked about drugs in , Moby responded: People should be able to do what they want. I ultimately defer the wisdom to an adult to make their own choices.
If someone wants to do drugs, I think it's their own business and not the business of the state. At times, Moby has been reluctant to use the word "Christian" to define himself, due to its ambiguity, but self-identified as a Christian in a BBC interview. I'm not saying I'm right, and I certainly wouldn't criticize anyone else's beliefs.
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Having said that, though, on a very subjective level I love Christ. I perceive Christ to be God, but I predicate that with the knowledge that I'm small and not nearly as old as the universe that I live in. I take my beliefs seriously for myself, but I would be very uncomfortable trying to tell anyone that I was right. In a September 20, audio interview with Sojourners magazine, he says, "I read the New Testament, specifically the gospels and I was struck at their divinity, feeling that humans could not have figured this out on their own.
We're just not bright enough. On January 19, , in his reaction to seeing Alexandra Pelosi 's Friends of God , a film about evangelicalism in the United States, Moby writes, "The movie reminded me just how utterly disconnected the agenda of the evangelical Christian right is from the teachings of Christ. In a interview with Mother Jones , he was asked if he identifies as a Christian and said that he has been "led Moby's book Porcelain: A Memoir introduces him as a "devout Christian, a vegan, and a teetotaler" and discusses the evolution of his spiritual views.
Moby is an advocate for a variety of causes, working with MoveOn. The music video for the song " Disco Lies " from Last Night has heavy anti-meat industrial themes. He also actively engages in nonpartisan activism and serves on the Board of Directors of Amend. Moby is a member of the Board of Directors of the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function IMNF , a not-for-profit organization dedicated to advancing scientific inquiry on music and the brain and to developing clinical treatments to benefit people of all ages.
In , he was honored with the IMNF's Music Has Power Award for his advocacy of music therapy and for his dedication and support to its recording studio program. He is an advocate of net neutrality and he testified before United States House of Representatives committee debating the issue in In Moby started a website called MobyGratis. However, if a film is commercially successful, all revenue from commercial licence fees granted via MobyGratis is passed on to the Humane Society.
Moby speaks about his experience of transcendental meditation and advocates the use of meditation for high risk youth at the David Lynch Foundation "Change Begins Within" benefit concert , held at Radio City Music Hall on the April 3, He also participated in the evening supporting the work of the David Lynch Foundation that took the stage at the Theatre at Ace Hotel in Los Angeles on April 1, He called this "utter nonsense" and asserted that "the RIAA needs to be disbanded.
Many of Moby's albums include essays that he has written himself in the inlay card. Everything Is Wrong had essays on over-consumption "We use toxic chlorine bleach to keep our underpants white" and U. In "Animal Rights" Moby discussed the granting of basic rights in western society, and called for readers to grant such basic rights to homosexuals and animals.
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He was interviewed by Lucy Walker for a chapter in Sound Unbound: Moby has been a photographer since he was 10 years old, growing up around film and darkrooms. In , Moby released a book of photographs, Destroyed , with photos from his international tours. An album with the same name was released in the same year. Moby published an autobiography entitled Porcelain: A Memoir in May From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. For other uses, see Moby disambiguation. Darien, Connecticut New York City.
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