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, the great Moby, says that he cannot distinguish music 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.
Moby lived in an abandoned warehouse in his 20s. Why he worries today’s young artists can’t. https://t.co/0fa5aJFXfm via @voxdotcom
— Jo Konski (@jkonski) June 22, 2016