Moby is now a favoured guest at talk-shows, because he just published “the first part” of his biography: PORCELAIN – A MEMOIR and because he really lived a Bohemian life of an Artist with no money and no or a very uncertain future and nothing else learned but making music.
One thing they talk about in this podcast, which is very calming for me, is: GENRES.
Moby says, that his solipsistic, precarious phases, were good for his creative process.
I’m just imagining pushy parents of figure skaters changing their plans for their child from becoming a figure skater to musician, so they stop pushing and just throw them out of the house when they are 16 years old.
— Jo Konski (@jkonski) June 22, 2016