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It coincides with the independent music company's 25th anniversary this year

Secretly Group has revealed plans to become “carbon positive” within the next five years.

One of the world's biggest independent music companies, Secretly - which...

The Friday night series launches in January with residents, guest parties and more

Corsica Studios is launching a new weekly party. 

From 7th January 2022, Small Talk will see the London club place a curatorial focus on residents...

Eco-Bot.Net has been designed to flag misleading content shared on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter

Massive Attack's Robert Del Naja, aka 3D, is part of a team that have developed a new AI system designed to flag climate misinformation shared...

Recommendations for touring, venues, economics, and self-awareness are all included 

DJs for Climate Action has launched a new initiative to help the electronic music industry realise a more innovative, sustainable and environmentally friendly dance music...

‘Planet People Power’ explores Black, Indigeneous & South Asian experiences of climate change

Artist Farah Ahmad Khan and Balraj Singh Samrai from Manchester crew Swing Ting explore intersectional environmentalism on their new collaborative work, 'Planet-People Power'. Check it out below...

The concert was due to be a trial event to allow the group to test methodologies to reduce their carbon footprint when playing live

Massive Attack has cancelled a gig at ACC Liverpool to protest an electronic arms fair, which is also being held at the venue.

The concert...

It's the latest effort by the band to catalyse change in the industry amid the worsening climate crisis

Massive Attack have called on the UK Government to help cut the carbon footprint of live music. 

The Bristol trip hop group previously commissioned a...

The Glasgow address has long-term plans to go carbon neutral 

A Scottish nightclub is trialling a new technology that harnesses the heat generated from those on the dancefloor to help power the venue, in turn...

Slowly but surely, dance music in northern England is rebuilding, and the past year has encouraged some promoters to rethink how they can make clubs...

“The clubs are coming back, pass it on!”

Like a whisper rippling through a crowd, excitement is mounting as venues prepare to reopen their doors...

The carbon footprint left by touring DJ is examined in the new reported by Clean Scene

The environmental cost of DJ tours has been explored in a new report by Clean Scene. 

The report, which can be read in full here...

The Covid-19 crisis has thrown up many problems for the manufacturing and distribution of vinyl. Bruce Tantum speaks to a selection of record shops, labels...

Most vinyl consumers probably never think about the path that their favourite new record has travelled. They scan the wall of their local shop or...

The eight-minute film is narrated by founding member Robert ‘3D’ Del Naja 

Massive Attack have shared a short film that explores climate change in the live music industry.

Collaborating with the Tyndall Centre for Climate Change Research...

Growth of the festival industry shows no sign of slowing, but the sector faces more issues than ever before. Emissions and waste need urgent attention...

As the festival calendar becomes increasingly saturated, party season never feels too far away. Plans are hatched throughout the year, as WhatsApp groups light up...

The decision follows the group's recent support of climate activism group Extinction Rebellion

Massive Attack have revealed plans to complete their next European tour by train.

Following on from their outspoken support of climate activism group Extinction Rebellion...

As part of our end of year and end of decade coverage, we've written about our favourite albums, tracks and compilations. Here, DJ Mag staff...

DJs and producers are supposed to be on the same side. For decades now, producers have made the music, and DJs have played it. Simply...