It's probably a good idea not to date a teenager if you're not also a teenager.
Moby describes this time in his life as "celebratory in the face of squalor" and on many levels that sentiment chimes through each chapter. Providing a private glimpse into his sexual escapades, celebrity encounters, struggles with sobriety and downright shenanigans, the book candidly and often comically details the party before the storm.
Being a gigantically successful rock, pop or hip-hop star seems like a pretty cushy gig. We're talking world tours, fancy
Summer is almost behind us and it's been anything but a boring one for electronic music fans, from torrential rain at Burning Man to drug deaths at VELD. With festival season drawing to a close we're bringing you our report from Shambhala on the Bundschuh's farm in the Kootenay Rockies. HuffPost Canada made the trek to the property near Salmo, B.C. with 13,000 or so others to take in the 17th edition of this innovative spectacle. The breathtaking setting provided the foundation for encounters with musicians such as Moby, Andy C and A Tribe Called Red, as well as the backdrop for a collection of life-changing moments -- literally.
Don't call Moby's new record a comeback — he's quite literally been here for years. The bald, bespectacled electronic music
Moby may be best known as a musician -- his latest album 'Innocents' came out this week -- but he's nearly as famous (or
It's time Canadians are made aware of the tactics of intimidation employed by the BDS movement so that they understand that many celebrities who cancel events in Israel are not doing so for political reasons but rather out of concern for their lives -- personally and professionally.
"Rock stars, is there anything they don't know?" Homer Simpson said it, but is it true? Can students learn more from listening
It was quite a Canada Day surprise when Moby revealed his new single "A Case For Shame" on July 1st featuring Cold Specks
He's spoken out against Mitt Romney, the recording industry and Britney Spears, and now Moby is taking aim at the National