Moby unveils a new imprint, still centered at night

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Legendary artist Moby has opened the next chapter of his creative journey with the launch of his new label, still centered around the night.


Moby has carved out a place for himself on the electronic music scene as a truly iconic artist. From releasing some of the world’s most beloved tracks and racking up awards along the way to helping evolve the narrative beyond the music by becoming an animal rights activist, he has l intend to leave no stone unturned. Today, Moby is embarking on its next chapter and shaking up the “algorithm-based, fear-driven culture” with a new label dubbed always centered at night.

Unaware of the structure into which the current era of the scene has fallen by releasing tracks specifically aimed at streaming games, Moby’s imprint intends to explore the idea that art and culture are a refuge against the mainstream. He is looking for artists who want to create something special, unique and obscure without the limitations of a specific runtime or the desire for likes and shares on social platforms.

“The goal of always centered at night is to do something without compromise,” Moby said when asked about the mission of this new imprint. “Making emotional, atmospheric and potentially beautiful music. And what better use of this strange privilege of mine than to try to foster creative expression that has uncompromising integrity? »

The notion behind always centered at night comes from Moby’s own past of digging cases for records to play in the 80s and 90s. “A lot of the New York music that I grew to love had that kind of unconventional beauty,” he said. “I hope to pay tribute and honor this idea; that music can be beautiful, melodic, but also atmospheric and sometimes stimulating.

The music found on Always Centered at Night won’t be for everyone, but that’s very much in Moby’s spirit. Fans won’t have to wait long for the first release either because its collaboration with Aynzli JonesAstonished”, is now available on all streaming platforms. Paired with a music video, this fresh track features a breakbeat with throbbing synths and a lyrical flow that will hurt you to the core of your soul.

Check out the music video for “Medusa” on YouTube, download or stream the various versions of the track on your favorite platform, and stay tuned for more Moby and Always Centered Night!


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