The activist initially created these tracks for himself, but later decided that the entire public should benefit.
Because more people could (and should) benefit from stress-relieving and ambient tunes, internationally-acclaimed electronic artist Moby recently shared a collection of recordings designed for mindful movement, sleep, and meditation. Moby, whose full name is Richard Melville Hall, is well-known in the conscious community because he’s an active yoga practitioner, vegan, and outspoken animal rights activist.
The DJ explained on his website that he initially recorded the music for himself, but decided the public should benefit from the relaxing tracks, as well. He wrote:
“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 four hours of music and have decided to give it away.”
Long ambients1, which can be downloaded here, offers 11 instrumental tracks. The music is slow and peaceful, and is described by the artist as “really quiet: no drums, no vocals, just very slow calm pretty chords and sounds and things for sleeping and yoga.”
Moby’s contribution can also be streamed on Spotify, Soundcloud, through Apple music, Deezer, YouTube and Tidal.
“ […] feel free to share it or give it away or whatever, it’s not protected or anything, or at least it shouldn’t be,” he wrote.
Because the benefits of engaging in regular yoga and meditation are numerous, many people are likely to benefit from the gracious artist’s offering.
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