After becoming bored by the scene around him, the renowned producer found inspiration for his grizzly new material by taking a step away from the DJ booth.
The term was coined in 1989 by Jay Westerveld but examples of the practice date back 40 years. Will companies, brands and organisations ever stop pretending to be environmentally friendly?
As the climate summit draws to a close in Glasgow, we reflect on the results. Did the necessary action rain down from above, or did it rise up from the streets?
Over the 12 days of COP26, we met a selection of students, parents, great-grandparents, campaigners, eight-year-olds and more at various fringe events. What was their take on the summit? THE FACE finds out.
The climate activism group have been accused of causing chaos for commuters and school kids, and of snarling up ambulances. But in the face of the world’s most urgent crisis, direct and disruptive action might be most effective.
From touring to festivals, vinyl and even streaming, when it comes to the environment, there aren’t many clean hands in the biz. The good news is that there are fresh ideas for how to fix it.