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Moby on Spotify and 'democratic anarchy' of digital age

Moby has said artists should focus on making "really wonderful music", rather than how it is distributed.

The musician, who has sold more than 20 million albums worldwide, said criticising digital services such as YouTube, Spotify and SoundCloud reminds him of "old guys yelling at trains going too fast".

Speaking to BBC Newsnight, he said: "One of the things that I love about the digital present that we live in... is its almost like this democratic anarchy."

  • 01 Nov 2013
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