In a society where sea levels are skyrocketing and biodiversity is hanging by a shoestring, it is refreshing to see that one Bristol institution has stepped up to the plate and is combatting climate change first hand.
Our nightlife correspondent was thrilled to discover Lizard Lounge has recycled their playlist not once, not twice, but five times this week; much to the delight of their clientele.
They spoke to Lounge DJ, MC Greenpeace, to discuss this bold strategy move…
“Bristol is full of politically active students, particularly when it comes looking after ol’ Mother Earth,” he explained. “After several complaints of constant and wasteful song replacement, we faced bleak prospects of closing. Once we took a good hard look at ourselves in the mirror, we knew something had to change.
“It was then that we vowed to never let a single song go to waste. Now, we can proudly say that we’ve been recycling the same music since 2008. It’s a win win. We save ol’ Johnny Polar Bear and Jimmy Penguin, and our attendees still enjoy a myriad of classic tunes.”
Our correspondent then interviewed first year student Jamie Davis, to find out how this change of tack has affected triangle club goers:
“I’m so happy something’s finally been done about this, now we can sleep peacefully at night knowing our binge drinking and mindless screaming are now going towards a good cause. It’s true what they say you know… ‘Pop music really is like a fine wine, it only improves with age.’ I swear Taio Cruz’s Dynamite is even better now than when it was released 10 years ago. It’s incredible!”