Watch Moby Discuss His Punk Roots on “Punk as Fuck with Damian Abraham”
The second episode of the series takes place at Moby’s vegan restaurant Little Pine.
Moby, “Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt”
Moby’s latest is a bummer, man—albeit a great-sounding bummer.
FLOOD’s Most Anticipated Arts + Culture Happenings of 2016
What we’ll be eating, drinking, reading, and watching this year.
Breaking: Little Pine
Moby’s new vegan eatery opens November 19 in LA’s Silverlake neighborhood.
Moby to Tell His Strange, Strange Life Story in Upcoming Memoir “Porcelain”
The book will be released in June and has received advance praise from Salman Rushdie and Dave Eggers.
Sound Board: The Week’s Best Tracks
Our picks for the best tracks out there for the week of September 28–October 2, 2015. Headphone-tested, FLOOD-approved.
WATCH: Moby Grinds Out No-Wave Night Terror with The Void Pacific Choir in “The Light is Clear in My Eyes”
So much for the mild-mannered vegan restaurateur.
FLOOD 2 is Now Available for Physical Purchase and Free Download
Featuring cover stories on Big Grams and BoJack Horseman, interviews with Kurt Vile and Bill Bryson, a chat with Wolf Alice, art from Kate Micucci and Mel Kadel, hijinks from Baseball Card Vandals, drinks recipes from LA’s The Varnish, and much more.
LIVE: Things Get Slightly, Suitably Strange at the Theater at the Ace Hotel for The Music of David Lynch (4/1/15)
Collaborators, fans, and the beloved cult director himself took to the United Artists Theatre stage to raise awareness and funds on the tenth anniversary of the David Lynch Foundation.
LIVE: Acrobats and Artists Light Up the Ace Hotel in Los Angeles for the Art of Elysium: Genesis (9/5/14)
The Art of Elysium’s sixth-annual Genesis fundraiser was a collaboration of epic proportions between some of the art world’s biggest names and promising musicians, all for the cause of healing the world through art.