[i] ‘The quintessential role of pop culture on The Environment’, Real Life Engineering
[ii] This thesis is perhaps in parallel with another in-progress personal research project being conducted by Juha Torvinen, Academy Research Fellow and Adjunct Professor of musicology at Turku University whose forthcoming research observes relationships with music, nature, and environmentalism in Northern contemporary music. For more information see Torvinen (2014-2019).
[iii] See the “About” section on the Out of the Beardspace Facebook page. Out of the Beardspace, “About,” Facebok website, https://www.facebook.com/pg/beardspace/about/?ref=page_internal
[iv] Radically Sustainable Buildings,” Earthship Biotecture, http://earthship.com/
[v] Presently, Green Mountain Energy serves households in Illinois, Massachusetts, Maryland, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, and Texas.
[vi] Paul Breeze, Solar Power Generation (Saint Louis, GB: Academic Press, 2016), 5.
[viii] Interestingly, the panels were financed by a mere $1 increase in ticket sales. Jason Koebler, US News, “Sun, Drugs, and Rock N’ Roll: Bonnaroo Goes Solar,” June 2013, https://www.usnews.com/news/articles/2013/06/13/bonnaroo-to-use-solar-power-for-first-time-in-festival-history (accessed April 15 2017). Additionally, it should be noted that Bonnaroo has since added a “sustainability” tab to its website, detailing the sustainability efforts of the festival and encouraging festival goers to do the same. See Bonnaroo Music and Arts Festival website, https://www.bonnaroo.com/experience/sustainability/
[xi] Solar power derived from DC Solar Solutions Model SCT20 portable generator which produces up to 20 kilowatts. Waste management enlisted company Zero to Go. See DJ Pangburn, “How to Build a Greener, Solar-Powered Music Festival,” June 3, 2014, Motherboard website, https://motherboard.vice.com/en_us/article/how-to-build-a- greener-more-sustainable-music-festival
[xii] Movement Music Records, “About Buy This Fracking Album,” 2014, Movement Music Records website, http://www.movementmusicrecords.com/#!the-fracking-album/cmuv
[xiii] Hydraulic Fracking 101,” 2015, Earthworks website, http://www.earthworksaction.org/issues/detail/hydraulic_fracturing_101#.VUujC1U4nTY
[xiv] Movement Music Records, “About Buy This Fracking Album,” 2014, Movement Music Records website, http://www.movementmusicrecords.com/#!the-fracking-album/cmuv
[xv] Bob Makin,“An Interview With Movement Music Records Founder Jason Samel: Buy This Fracking Album,” 2015, The Aquarian Weekly website, http://www.theaquarian.com/2015/06/17/an-interview-with-movement-music- records-founder-jason-samel-buy-this-f acking-album/
[xvi] A comparison can be made between the two tracks following these links to Samel’s “Activist,” and Marley’s “Get Up, Stand Up” respectively. See YouTube, August 17, 2015, “Official Anti-Fracking Song ‘Activist’ by Jay Samel W/DJ Logic and Friends – Ban Fracking Now,” YouTube website, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jpuISYHDMoY
[xvii] or Moon Hooch’s contribution see YouTube, June 24, 2015, “Russell Crowe,” YouTube website, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=370IFMuOuzA
[xviii] From Skylar Funk news source interview. Kevin Bronson, “Video: Trapdoor Social, ‘Never Stop Listening,’” February 11, 2017, Buzzbands.LA website, http://buzzbands.la/2017/02/11/video-trapdoor-social-never-stop- listening/
[xix] Mentioned by Skylar Funk in interview with Liz Calvario. See Liz Calvario, “Music Video Supports Water Protectors,” February 8, 2017, IndieWire website, http://www.indiewire.com/2017/02/standing-rock-protest- trapdoor-social-never-stop-listening-music-video-watch-1201780045/