Moby is penning a new memoir about his early days in the East Village. Here’s the blurb posted on Publishers Marketplace, via Bedford and Bowery:
Musician Moby’s memoir, covering the ten year period beginning in the late 1980s through the recording of his seminal album PLAY, including relocating to the East Village in the midst of the crack and AIDS epidemic, and the rise of EDM (electronic dance music) and his unique vantage point as a white vegan in a predominantly black and Hispanic art form, to Scott Moyers at Penguin Press, and Lee Brackstone at Faber & Faber’s Faber Social, by Daniel Greenberg at Levine Greenberg Rostan.
Who’s excited soft-spoken, tea-making nostalgia? Here’s Moby’s kitchen just because: