Moby & The Void Pacific Choir – Are You Lost In The World Like Me?
An evening pause: The animation is by Steve Cutts. It seems perfect for today, income tax day. Note that I post it as someone who does not own a smart phone and empathizes entirely with the film’s main character.
Hat tip Mike Nelson.
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Music aside, there are a million people I would love to show that to.
I am not sure if it would matter tho.
I am going outside to work my garden.
It’s been years since I looked at Moby’s website and the last time I did he seemed to be quite a lefty. Maybe he’s taken the red pill (or he’s just tired of venturing outdoors and being bumped into by people with their noses buried in their phones).
I’d like to know which.
He’s always done interesting music, even if I haven’t liked all of it. I really liked the retro cartoon style.
He had some sort of beef with will I. am?
I heard an interview with him a couple of years ago on ECHOES