Giving back what is uniquely yours

During the first few months of the pandemic, Moby made some beautiful recordings at home, going back to his roots of making music from his "bedroom". The music was purely improvised. It was recorded as it was being played for the first time. Nothing could be edited afterwards. But most importantly: every part of the process, from recording to mixing to listening, had to be calming.

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Music can be healing, certainly in times of difficulty. Music can be calming, certainly in stressful times like we were facing these past 10 months. In that way, Moby wanted to contribute to everybody's health and calmness. on the 30th of December, Moby also held a conversation about the positive effects of music on the brain with Dr. Tomaino, co-founder of the Institute for Music and Neurologic Function, and Dan Levitin, author of This is Your Brain on Music.

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During the first months of the lockdown, we saw many artists giving back to the community by putting their music out, by talking to the difficulties of people or by bringing joy through our screes.


In such difficult times, how have you given back to people that is uniquely yours?

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