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Massive Attack announce all-day climate action concert trialling new live music decarbonisation measures

"There are no excuses left" 3D said, " live music must drastically reduce all primary emissions and take account of fan travel"

Massive Attack are making their first UK gig in five years a test-run of their long-planned decarbonisation measures for live music. The Bristol duo will...

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...

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...

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...