Saturday Night Coming Up

Has enough time passed since his creepy memoir to post something by Moby again yet?

Probably not.

What if I post a remix of one of his tunes by the magnificent Vitalic then?

Yeh, ok then, I suppose.

I was reminded of Vitalic when Craig Charles played a track from the brilliant OK Cowboy album on his suprisingly good 6Music show earlier this week. I’ve generally been put off listening to his show because Charles reminds me of not-very-good (controversial, I know) sci-fi-sitcom Red Dwarf, and for providing the commentary on the early episodes of Takeshi’s Castle, back when it was fresh and excrutiating and funny and painful to watch. Surprisingly, the show’s decline seemed to correspond with Charles leaving, and perhaps a small part of me has never forgiven him for that.

Anyway, his current drive-time show on 6Music is well worth a listen, as he doesn’t just play the funk and sould with which he is more usually associated (in my mind, anyway).

And long before he was making records which seemed to sountrack every car advert on the planet, Moby was making bangers like this:

Moby – Go (Vitalic Remix)

More soon.

Late Night Stargazing

I didn’t care for his work when he was in The Screaming Trees, and I didn’t even notice that he was in Queens of the Stone Age until he’d left, but now I just love to listen to Mark Lanegan’s growling gravelly voice.

He saves/makes this:

Moby & Mark Lanegan – The Lonely Night

A post related to this briefly appeared yesterday as I managed to set it for Saturday rather than Sunday. Apologies for any confusion.

More soon, hopefully in the order I intended.