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theartsdesk Q&A: Musician Moby | reviews, news & interviews

theartsdesk Q&A: Musician Moby

theartsdesk Q&A: Musician Moby

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Moby, punk, electronic orchestrator and self-confessed nerdSunny Khasla

Moby (b 1965) has been a presence on the dance scene and in global clubland for two decades. He is best known for the multimillion-selling 1999 album Play which, among other things, combined lush electronic orchestration with old field recordings of a cappella blues shouters. Moby's musical career, however, began at least a decade earlier.

Moby (b 1965) has been a presence on the dance scene and in global clubland for two decades. He is best known for the multimillion-selling 1999 album Play which, among other things, combined lush electronic orchestration with old field recordings of a cappella blues shouters. Moby's musical career, however, began at least a decade earlier.

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