My dear fellows! It is with great pleasure that we at the Dark Mountain Project are able to announce something we’ve been working on for the last few months: the first ever Dark Mountain album! Late last year, I was … Continue reading →
Paul Kingsnorth’s essay from the first Dark Mountain book ‘Confessions of a Recovering Environmentalist’ caused quite a stir, and has helped stimulate, or egg on, a wider discussion about the future of green politics, and if it has one. This … Continue reading →
London musician Marmaduke Dando has been a friend of Dark Mountain from the beginning, playing at our launch and curating music stages at all three of our festivals. His 2010 album Heathcliffian Surly drew on our manifesto for a number … Continue reading →
Australian band The General Assembly were inspired by our manifesto to create their debut EP Dark Mountain Music in September The title track, ‘Dark Mountain’, is a powerful musical representation of Uncivilisation. Share or bookmark this post.