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Moby performing at Rough Trade NYC

Gallery: Moby at Rough Trade NYC 03.20.18

Celebrating the release of his newest record, Everything Was Beautiful, And Nothing Hurt, Moby performed a sold out show at Brooklyn’s Rough Trade NYC on Tuesday, March 20, 2018. An hour before attendees could enter the show space, Moby signed copies of his new album (plus his older ones) for people who purchased it from the store. The show began promptly at 9PM with a nearly two hour set list containing songs both old and new such as “This Wild Darkness,” “Porcelain,” “Mere Anarchy,” “Extreme Ways” (Moby introduced the song mentioning how much was spent on the video for this song, only to have it air only once. It was $950,000), “Go” (Moby recalled the first time this song was played live was during Frankie Bones’ illegal Storm Rave in Brooklyn), “South Side,” “We Are All Made of Stars,” (dedicated to one of his heroes, Stephen Hawking), a cover of “Whole Lotta Love,” and ending his set with “Almost Home,” encouraging the audience to sing along and jokingly admonishing them when they didn’t.

About Edwina Hay

Edwina Hay is a New York City–based freelance photographer who has been documenting live music since 1999 and joined Music Existence in 2018.

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