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Moby – Pale Horses – remix & video!

Moby – Pale Horses – remix & video!
June 22, 2009 MICHAEL KNUDSEN


good morning! next week (june 30th) electronica hipster moby is releasing his 9th studio album wait for me which i’ve had the pleasure of listening to over the past few weeks (there’s a quote below from moby talking about the album which in part was inspired by one of my kooky favorite directors david lynch – he also directed the video for the album’s first single shot in the back of the head) the album is quite decent – a bit more on the chill side than his previous disco-esque dance album last night – slightly dark and very personal in tone – it’s perfect music for lounging out on a lazy sunday afternoon (oh i miss the weekend already!) below is the newly released animated video (with drawings by moby himself) for the second single pale horses along with a fresh remix for your listening pleasure (the track features haunting vocals from moby’s pal amelia zirin brown) plus you can download another remix over on rcrdlbl.com! popbytes over & out for now … xoxo



listen to pale horses | gui boratto’s last window remix »





“I started working on the album about a year ago, and the creative impetus behind the record was hearing a David Lynch speech at BAFTA, in the UK. David was talking about creativity, and to paraphrase, about how creativity in and of itself, and without market pressures, is fine and good. It seems as if too often an artists or musicians or writers creative output is judged by how well it accommodates the marketplace, and how much market share it commands and how much money it generates. In making this record I wanted to focus on making something that I loved, without really being concerned about how it might be received by the marketplace. As a result it’s a quieter and more melodic and more mournful and more personal record than some of the records I’ve made in the past.” – Moby