Kidnap Kid delivers a organically-driven, house-centric remix of Moby’s “Natural Blues” as part of the Black Lacquer project.
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Arty discusses his remix of Moby’s ‘Porcelain’ and discusses the producer’s influence on himself and the industry as a whole.
Beyond The Booth’s inaugural edition explores the world of cats with Coyu.
Before joining forces eight years ago, Ben Prok and James Fitch, better known as Prok & Fitch, have established themselves as one of the leading pioneers in techno. Constantly producing Beatport Top 10’s, managing their own blooming label Floorplay Music, and destroying clubs worldwide with their charming, and seductive sound. EDM Sauce had the pleasure
Before we get underway – let me preface this list by saying I am not looking at only technical skill behind the decks. I am taking into account fan base, production skill as well as turntable ability. That means that this list is varied from the underground to the main stream. Regardless of your opinions
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It is to no surprise by now that Moby isn’t a fan of Donald Trump. So when we heard Moby was dropping a free album titled ‘More Fast Songs About The Apocalypse’ with a fake press release from a fictional White House representative called John Miller, we knew he was taking another swipe at the
Moby hilariously jabs at Donald Trump with the release of his new album ‘MORE FAST SONGS ABOUT THE APOCALYPSE.’
Today is Throwback Thursday and we got our 2nd weekly #TBT playlist! Each playlist will be completely different each week. We will be going by time frames, genres, artists, best of’s, and many more different themes for this so make sure to keep checking in every Thursday! For our 2nd #ThrowbackThursday playlist, I went back to where I
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Timo Maas & James Teej join forces once more for a deep, grooving rendition of Moby’s iconic single ‘Porcelain.’
Out now on Armada Music, the latest original from Sultan & Shepard arrives right on time for the summer. Sampling the 90′s classic “Honey” by Moby, Sultan & Shepard give it a nice little spin to be “Honey Come Back” — a feel-good-because-the-sun’s-shining song! It’s quite the pretty progressive tune fit for all moods. Whether
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Victor Ruiz has created a deep, rolling revision of Moby’s ‘Go,’ slated for a March 6 release on Suara. Stream the remix ahead of its release here.
What’s popping trance fans? We’ve got a pretty good surprise for you this Friday. Beaming back from the 1990′s and the heart of uplifting trance music featuring high-BPM, acid synths, pulsing strobes and high energy warehouses, we received a remix from…
Musician and frequent activist Moby claims to have insider information on Russian blackmail and talks of war in the Trump administration.
If you consider yourself a true fan of electronic dance music, you are familiar with Moby and the legacy he’s built dating all the way back to the early 1990s. It’s not too often you see Moby remixes floating around but that’s simply because his original work is what many would consider flawless. However, Bite […]
Moby took to Instagram today to go after the Trump administration yet again. While this has been a habit of the legendary producer since Trump first hit the campaign trail two years ago, today things heated up. Instead of the normal disgust that the cl…
Moby is a true electronic music pioneer. Redefining the rave scene with songs like Go, then explore its aftermath on the multiplatinum Play LP. Many other artists have been remixing his tracks, making their own complications such as the Drumcode label. Years later, the man is still firing off dance music megahits from his LA
Legendary Dance act Moby heads to New York City for a refreshing new sound. In a surprise team up, Moby links with Brooklyn’s iconic DJ label Fool’s Gold for the ‘Black Lacquer’ remix EP, featuring reworks of his hit singles “Go,” “Why Does My Heart Feel So Bad,” “Natural Blues,” and “Porcelain” by FG family Treasure Fingers, Madeaux, High Klassified and Nick Catchdubs. Every Moby fan past, present, and jumping on point will enjoy this new project from top to bottom. Listen to the complete remix above.
Moby dishes on his 13th studio album ‘These Systems are Failing,’ taps young producers for official remix duties
Moby’s 13th studio album is about to drop. Remix the lead single today.
Moby has never been one to hold his tongue; the seminal electronic musician has always coupled his tremendous artistic output with outspoken cultural commentary. His latest project, Moby & the Void Pacific Choir, follows a similar vein. The politically-charged collaboration recently unearthed their
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