- 21 Apr 21
The panel is part of Music Declares Emergency’s 'No Music On A Dead Planet' campaign for Turn Up The Volume Week.
Rough Trade and Music Declares Emergency are joining forces tonight in order to present a free panel, titled 'Music in the Climate Crisis'.
On April 21, the free online webinar will question how record labels, record stores, and artists can respond to the climate crisis.
Speakers include artist and composer Hannah Peel, James Stafford from KEY Production, Rough Trade’s Stephen Godfroy and Thris Tian from Worldwide FM, with the event chaired by Full Time Hobby’s Nigel Adams.
No Music On A Dead Planet's 'Turn Up The Volume Week' campaign is calling upon the music industry to “reinforce its commitment to action on the climate emergency.”
The campaign will run throughout the week, including Earth Day on April 22nd.
No Music On A Dead Planet has been supported by the likes of Billie Eilish, Foals, Thom Yorke, Joy Division artist Peter Saville and more.
This week also has also seen The Bad Seeds' Jim Sclavunos and Fontaines D.C.'s Conor Duggan speak out in support of Music Declares Emergency.
Participants will receive a link to register for the Zoom Q&A today. Grab your free tickets here.
How can record labels, record stores, and artists respond to the climate crisis?
Tonight at 7pm @musicdeclares and @RoughTrade
present a free panel discussing what you can do to make a difference #NoMusicOnADeadPlanethttps://t.co/Twes7aMnDG pic.twitter.com/eTkjDApt9J
— AIM (@AIM_UK) April 21, 2021
- Film & TV
- 12 Dec 22
- Film & TV
- 18 Oct 22