"No music on a dead planet": this is the slogan of climate organisation Music Declares Emergency, who are committed to making music greener. Helen Hall takes a look at the music industry's impact on the environment and whether artists are the ones who should be stepping up to change it.
"No music on a dead planet": so reads the slogan of Music Declares Emergency, an organisation committed to making the music industry more environmentally sustainable. Helen Hall examines whether the onus for a greener industry falls on musicians or the government, which should be stepping up to support them.
Helen Hall discusses the significance of colour psychology in book design, and what covers readers might be drawn to more during the pandemic.
‘Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not’ turns 15: Arctic Monkeys’ chaotic young energy lives on
It’s been fifteen years since Arctic Monkeys released their debut Whatever People Say I Am, That’s What I’m Not. Released on 23 January 2006, Whatever People Say I Am quickly became the fastest-selling debut album in British history. In the following year, the band would win ‘Best British Band’ at the NME...