Vegan musician and activist Moby is selling his personal collection of rare 80’s and 90’s vinyl records to help raise money for the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine.
Moby recently announced his retirement from music, in order to focus on animal rights activism.
The record collection includes music from multiple genres, as well as rare finds that Moby played during his career as a DJ.
He stated: “These are all the records that I bought and loved and played and carried all around the world,”
“I would rather you have them than me, because if you have them, you’ll play them. You’ll love them. And the money will go to the Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM). So everybody wins. Well, except me, because now I don’t have any records.”
The Physicians Committee for Responsible Medicine (PCRM) are a plant-based medical group, who actively promote the benefits of a vegan diet.
Back in April, Moby also sold 100 of his musical instruments, donating all of the profits to the PCRM.
In addition, in 2016 he partnered with No Doubt bassist Tony Kanal to launch the first vegan music festival in LA.
He donates all of his profits from the festival to animal rights organisation, Mercy For Animals.