Global superstar Moby has just released four hours of free music created for yoga and meditation!
Global – Richard Melville Hall (born September 11, 1965) who is better known by his stage name Moby, is an American musician, singer, songwriter, producer, animal rights activist, and author.
He has sold over 20 million records worldwide and has just released his 2019 album “Long Ambients 2” which he is giving away for free!
The new album was created specifically for calmness, yoga and meditation.
Ambient music is a genre of music that emphasises tone and atmosphere over traditional musical structure or rhythm. A form of slow instrumental music, it uses repetitive, but gentle, soothing sound patterns that can be described as sonic wallpaper to complement or alter one’s space and to generate a sense of calmness. The genre is said to evoke an “atmospheric”, “visual”, or “unobtrusive” quality.
“Over the last couple of years, I’ve been making really really really quiet music to listen to when I do yoga or sleep or meditate or panic. I ended up with 4 hours of music and have decided to give it away.
It’s really quiet: no drums, no vocals, just very slow calm pretty chords and sounds and things for sleeping and yoga, etc.
And feel free to share it or give it away or whatever, it’s not protected or anything, or at least it shouldn’t be.”
“AllMusic” considers Moby to be one of the most important dance music figures of the early 1990s, helping bring the music to a mainstream audience in the entire globe but he is also an artist who cares!
Moby has been involved in many different charity organisations in his lifetime with the most recent being Al Gore’s 24-hour broadcast on climate change and environmental issues as well as his 2018 auction of musical equipment to raise funds for the non-profit organisation Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
In April 2018, Moby auctioned over 100 pieces of musical equipment via Reverb.com, thinking it was better to sell it for a good cause rather than in storage. Moby held a second sale for the organisation in June 2018 consisting of his personal record collection, including records that he used to use for DJ sets in his early career and his own personal copy of his albums. A third was held in October 2018 that included the sale of almost 200 analogue drum machines, 100 instruments, and his entire vinyl collection.
You can download it for free here or stream it for free on Spotify. Or you can get it on apple music & iTunes & Deezer & tidal.