There is no music on a dead planet!
Recent extreme weather events make it abundantly clear: change needs to happen fast. Our music scene can lead the way.
In April - one month out from the federal election - we’re bringing the music industry together in a huge united call for climate action: partnering with UK’s Music Declares Emergency, Mushroom Group, Unified Music Group, All Or Nothing, Inside Out and hundreds of Aussie artists to launch “No Music On A Dead Planet” with national media, PR and direct fan engagement to help ensure climate change is a top tier issue for voters.
We’ve already secured over $60K of pro-bono PR, creative and distribution support, but desperately need a cash injection to pull No Music On A Dead Planet off!
Can you help us reach our target of $21,000?
Your donation will help us:
- Buy and distribute 50 x eco t-shirts and get them out to priority artists playing shows over the next month.
- Pay for a new Australian design NMOADP graphic which will be used across all campaign collateral including t-shirt, posters and web.
- Get a run of posters (made from post-consumer waste) out and onto streets in 3 major cities in April.
- Fund our existing campaigner for an extra 2 days/week, giving us the needed capacity boost to ensure we can deliver on our campaign goals.
Last election, over 100 influential Australian artists and industry leaders signed and shared our Music Climate Change Declaration including Midnight Oil, Parkway Drive, The Avalanches, Paul Kelly, Montaigne and Missy Higgins, calling for immediate government action to replace fossil fuels with renewables.
This election, we’ve got hundreds of artists ready to use their voice, supported for the first time by some of Australia’s biggest labels and touring companies.
Together, we can break through the traditional echo-chambers of the climate movement to reach all parts of society.
If you've got any questions or want to get involved, hit us up at [email protected]