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HOW DID WE MISS THIS????
Mr. Neil Gaiman, you rock star you!
On Halloween night, something magical happened on Craig Ferguson's Late, Late Show. Yes, we're late to the party, but we just couldn't help it:
This is THAT good!
Check out the video (above) to watch Amanda Palmer from The Dresden Dolls and special guests Moby, Stephin Merritt and Neil Gaiman perform "Science Fiction/Double Feature" from "The Rocky Horror Picture Show".
Over one hundred people were treated to a sneak peak of Destroyed, an exhibit of Moby's tour photography. It's also the name of his latest book and CD.
Guests also enjoyed only the finest in vegan foods such as, Vegan Vine wines, Chocolate City Beer, Cavi-Art vegan caviar and much more.
The Kindness Collective focuses on working with domestic violence shelters to accommodate survivors' pets.
"The Kindness Collective is filling a void in the animal welfare community. Its much-needed initiatives will do a great deal to limit both human and animal suffering."
Up to 40% of domestic violence victims say they don't leave the horrible situations they're in because they fear for the safety of their pets.
The Kindness Collective wants to make sure they know that they have somewhere to go to seek shelter along with their pets.
A spokesperson said:
"It's unimaginable to go through abuse together and then have to leave your best friend behind….The Kindness Collective keeps friends together and safe, regardless of species."
What a great organization, it's nice they got Moby to lend his voice to their great cause.
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He's really got it out for her, doesn't he?
"It's fun, but I don't think of it as music. It's manufactured. I appreciate it as a pop culture phenomenon and some of the songs I like if I hear them in a shopping mall or something, but it doesn't function as music for me. Music is something that communicates emotion and integrity in a really interesting, direct way, and when I listen to the pop music you're describing, it's hyper-produced corporate product. That isn't really even a criticism, but I just think calling it music is a misnomer."
Well, to each his own, we suppose!
But we think it's pretty unfair to pigeon-hole an entire genre and discredit its ability to express emotion just because of how it's produced!
We're sure that there's a lot of people out there that would listen to what he produces and not consider it music, as well! No need to single anyone out and make those kind of statements!
What do U think of Moby's comments?
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This is actually a pretty sad thought.
During a recent interview, Moby opened up about Britney Spears, and had the following to say about her:
"…Britney's actually kind of like a broken-down shell of a human being, that's what makes her so endearing and compelling. She was lovely, but really broken. Like, Blanche Dubois-style broken."
Certainly not the sweetest thing in the world to say, although it doesn't seem like Moby meant to say this with malice.
Then again, whatever his intentions were, this is a pretty intense thing to say about a person, and we could DEF see where Brit would be hurt by his words.
What do U think about Moby's comments?
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Check out the music video for his new single The Day from his upcoming album Destroyed being released on May 16th.
Heather Graham stars as an angelic nurse and the video is loaded with some very spiritual images depicting the battle between good and evil for a dying woman's soul!
Pretty deep stuff, right?
Watch the video above and let us know what U think!
Yikes! We're just glad no one was hurt worse!
On Friday night, while OMD (Orchestral Manoeuvres in the Dark) was tearing up the stage at SXSW, an accident involving one of their camera led to four people being taken to the hospital.
According to sources, a camera boom weighing about 350 pounds fell into the audience, injuring about seven people in the surrounding area. Emergency crews and medics were on the scene within minutes and four of those fans were rushed to the hospital for more thorough examinations. Thankfully, as of today, everyone is reportedly fine.
As for the band, they've made no mention of the incident on their website, but they did dedicate their performance to those who were hurt.
Bummer. Not only did those people get hurt, but they also missed Moby's surprise performance. Such a drag!
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