moby


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moby

(ˈməʊbɪ)
n, pl -bies
(Telecommunications) informal a mobile phone
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DANCE Moby "Everybody has such a different relationship and experience with sleep," says Moby.
The series which is the first animation feature for MOBY and will be translated in 13 languages spoken in the region.
This is the first chapter of a long lasting relationship that will see Moby and Damen cooperate in the future, also in other markets.
Antonio Marte, sales manager, Damen, said: "Moby strives for the highest standards of quality and safety, which is why they have chosen our company."
"Moby is cancelling all upcoming public appearances for the foreseeable future," a statement on his website read.
Moby, 53, had said in his book Then It Fell Apart that he met Portman when she was 20 and that they dated briefly.
"This shallow, diarrhea-splattered horror was my actual life," writes Moby after a particularly brutal night out.
But it is with the few, bolder tracks, like The Tired and The Hurt, that Moby hints at potential for reinvention.
Many songs offer a fragile and melancholy Moby whispering about human fragility over velvet swells of ambient, orchestral sounds punctuated by drum loops.
While they are not listening music in the same way that most of Moby's work is, these songs are imbued with their creator's distinct aesthetic, as if made from the components of dismantled Moby compositions.