How climate change changes music
Climate change are slowly intruding into every area of our lives: from daily habits to what we eat, up to arts and music.
Artist Stephen Orlando invented a method to photograph the movements of music: even from familiar objects the magic of light can be given off.
Neil Young, after his album of complaint, The Monsanto Years, returns to the attack of the agrochemical multinational company with a mini-documentary “Seeding Fear”.
Some Congolese students composed a rap song to have their say on the Charleston church shooting.
Thom Yorke and Patti Smith will play live at the Pathway to Paris concert, which will be held in December parallel to the United Nations Climate Change Conference, COP21.
Directed by Roddy Bogawa, the film traces the life of Syd Barrett, Pink Floyd’s “crazy diamond”, in his private and public personas.
During her concert in Tasmania, Antony Hegarty gave her support to aboriginal Australians against the construction of a uranium mine on their lands.