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The state of the environment has never been worse, but could

dance music be contributing to the problem? DJ Mag regular

Martin Guttridge-Hewitt examines if...

From South East Asia to the Western US, North to South Africa, people can’t get enough of synths and syncopated rhythms. Electronic beats are officially...

Increased running costs would have to be shifted onto attendees...

Burning Man's future and core principles have been put into jeapordy according to organisers of the event after the publishing of a new Draft Environmental...

Fireworks will be replaced by “close-proximity pyrotechnic alternatives" at the event...

Ultra Miami has laid out plans to protect the environment and wildlife around its new base of Virginia Key at next month's event.

Amongst the...

What happens to vinyl records when they are disposed of?

A new book titled 'Decomposed: The Political Ecology of Music' will explore music's impact on the environment. 

The book which uncovers "the environmental cost of...

The festival will share a ‘Year One Report’ Ecosystem Activation Community Call with Burning Man staff & community members

Burning Man will host a virtual conference on environmental sustainability this Friday (17th). 

Burning Man Project, the wider non-profit behind the annual festival, launched a...

Stihia Festival Feruz Rustamov

Claire Francis travels to Stihia festival to find an event that serves as a vital platform for emerging DJs from within Uzbekistan, as well as supporting local sustainable development

In the desert in a remote corner of Uzbekistan, where rain is infrequent and water is scarce, an unexpected and ferocious downpour is unfolding. It’s...

Plans for heightened security searches, new barriers and more have been contested...

Burning Man supporters have said that proposed environmental impact proposals will cause more harm than good.

It comes after the federal government proposed new restrictions...

Proceeds from the compilation will go to The Green Belt Movement

New York label Air Texture has revealed that the next edition of its 'Place :' series will be curated by KMRU, and focus on artists...

Hï Ibiza, HRBR Project NYC and Paul Oakenfold are early partners...

Dance For One Meter (D41M) launched today (8th August) with the noble goal of being “the biggest environmental initiative in dance music history”. Early partners...

An environmental expert has called for all glitter to be banned in the UK...

Glitter has become a staple for many festival goers in recent years, but an environmental expert has warned that its use may pose an ecological...

The surprising findings come as we pay less than ever for access to recorded music...

Streaming is more wasteful than any other music format, according to a new study by the University of Glasgow.

Despite a dramatic drop in the...

Public urination is thought to be a key contributor to the situation

MDMA and cocaine traces in the River Whitelake, which runs next to Glastonbury Festival, are threatening local wildlife, according to a new environmental report based...

Here'a chance to test how good your hearing is on Philips New Golden Ears Website

Philips have disclosed one of their trade secrets as to making sound equipment of exceptional quality by allowing anybody that is interested an oppertunity to take part in their Golden Ears Training Program.

Clean Up Britain have called for the compulsory charge after Reading and Leeds festivals

Clean Up Britain have called for a “tent tax” at festivals.

The group, who campaign for cleaner and greener communities, has suggested a £25 tax...

"Excess stress" caused to nearby marine life has informed the decision...

Ultra’s proposed return to Virginia Key in Miami next year is in doubt after a local Advisory Board ruling.

Focusing on the festival environmental impact...