Billy Corben’s portrait of a long-gone New York City spotlights Peter Gatien, the eyepatch-sporting club guru who owned several ’80s hotspots.
The digital revolution has unleashed creativity and talent in an unprecedented way. But does it mean better art, film, music and literature, or is true talent instead flooded and drowned in the vast digital ocean? This is the question addressed in this film, containing interviews with some of the world’s most influential creators in the digital era.
Sometimes a good movie can be made even better by a good soundtrack — and sometimes a really bad movie can be redeemed by its music. Here are a few flicks available for your instant viewing (and listening) pleasure that may sound better than they look.
The second single from Moby’s most recent release, Destroyed, is a beautiful and somewhat sad track with a video that follows an astronaut looking back on his life of space travel.
Labor Day weekend is going to be pretty crazy on Randall’s Island in NYC. The lineup is major: DJ Tiesto, David Guetta, and Armin Van Buuren headline, with Moby, Chromeo, Afrojack, John Digweed, Benny Benassi, Plastikman (Richie Hawtin), Carl Cox, John Wink, Carl Craig, MSTRKRT, SeastiAn, and about 50 more acts DJing and performing.
So bald electro musician Moby is now in a cheese-metal band, Diamondsnake. Check out the video for their profane new track, “Storm The F-ing Kastle.”
Moby had a competition to let the fans create the video for his new single, “Wait For Me.” Check out the winner, a cunning retro Nintendo-style animation by Maik Hempel.