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Landscape Light Installations by Barry Underwood

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Surreal long exposure shots offer subtle comment on light pollution

When nature and technology collide in the name of art, you can color us interested. Ohio artist Barry Underwood does a masterful job of juxtaposing the two. Taking inspiration from film, theatre, land art, and painting, Underwood creates LED light installations in natural settings, then takes long exposure photos of the scenes. The results are dramatic, to say the least. The works provide some......read more

Lighten Up: Brandi Carlile Behind The Scenes

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More from the singer-songwriter's Lighten Up feature.

Didn't get enough of Brandi Carlile from our Lighten Up webisode on her sustainability efforts? Yeah, neither did we. So we bundled up some footage of the talented songstress rehearsing and performing for a private audience in Los Angeles. A SHFT exclusive. Enjoy!...read more

Lighten Up: The Honey Brothers Behind The Scenes

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Outtakes and extras from the Lighten Up feature.

Self-described as “the only hard-rockin’ pop band with ukulele," the Honey Brothers clearly don't take themselves too seriously. But, as we discovered on our first episode of Lighten Up, the playful New York City indie rock outfit is serious about at least one thing — the environment. In this behind-the-scenes look at the band, we catch them goofing off in their Brooklyn practice......read more

Lighten Up: Brandi Carlile

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Singer-songwriter featured in SHFT's first original series about greening the music industry.

Brandi Carlile, a phenomenal talent with a sense of responsibility about the way she tours, gave a private concert in Los Angeles to a small intimate group during her "Give Up The Ghost" tour. In this episode of LIGHTEN UP, we watch some great performance and gain some insight from an evolved artist who approaches her touring with an eye toward sustainability....read more

Lighten Up: Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros

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Waiting for their tour bus, the band considers a more conscious approach to taking their show on the road.

The past year was an explosive one for Edward Sharpe & The Magnetic Zeros, the Los Angeles ten-piece outfit whose 2009 debut album 'Up From Below' was a runaway hit. The band has been touring pretty much constantly since the record hit the streets, and they're getting a taste of success. At the same time, they're seeing first hand the kind of waste that accompanies a road tour if no steps are......read more

Lighten Up: Dave Matthews Band

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DMB was an early adopter of green touring. In this episode of Lighten Up, SHFT checks out the band's sustainable ways.

Dave Matthews Band has been touring for many years and, due in large part to the efforts of bassist Stefan Lessard, they've been approaching it with one eye on the road and one eye on the planet. On several fronts, sustainable systems have been put in place: organic food, water stations, sustainably made merchandising, all while engaging fans in the process. The eco-village gives out free samples......read more

Lighten Up: Gary Hirshberg of Stonyfield Farm

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A word from the man who supports green music tours and our partner in LIGHTEN UP.

Gary Hirshberg, CE-Yo of Stonyfield Farm and a former climatoligist, has long been an inspiration for us at SHFT. In addition to being a leader in the sustainable business community – showing other companies how sustainable practices not only help the environment, but also help the bottom line of the company – Gary shares the idea of spreading the eco message through cultural means......read more

Lighten Up: Moby

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Eco-activist/electronic musician goes acoustic at Wanderlust.

Moby has never been one to shy away from letting people know how he feels about issues of the day. The New York-based DJ/producer/activist has been spreading an environmental message since his early days in punk bands. The difference between the punk years and today is that the anger has been toned down in favour of a more positive voice, one that emphasizes the role music can play in linking......read more

Lighten Up: Phish

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The Phish Festival shows us the right way to do big music events.

At Phish's 2009 reunion festival in Indio, California, almost fifty thousand devotees congregated among the desert mountains to revel in the jam band's free-form sounds. As we all know, the environmental impact of such a gathering is nothing to slouch at. One of the things we love about this band is they — and their fans — have always had a staunch commitment to ecological......read more

Lighten Up: Brazilian Girls

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Eco-awareness comes naturally for a band with a global sound.

Described by Variety as "the only dance band that matters," Brazilian Girls (actually three guys and a girl, none of whom is Brazilian) have an eclectic, multilingual sound that fuses electro, samba, salsa, reggae and jazz. With such a global approach to music, it comes as no surprise that the New York City quartet is keenly aware of the impact their shows have on the planet. SHFT's Lighten Up......read more

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