Dance Music Reacts to The Australia Bush Fires

SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA - DECEMBER 19: Fire and Rescue personal watch a bushfire as it burns near homes on the outskirts of the town of Bilpin on December 19, 2019 in Sydney, Australia. (Photo by David Gray/Getty Images)

Australia is living one of its worst nightmares with the ongoing bushfires across the country. International support is heartwarming, including the electronic music scene that is also contributing. Many artists are calling for donations and raising awareness about what’s happening in Australia.

After months of bushfire, more than 5.9 million hectares (14.7 million acres) have been burned across Australia’s six states — an area larger than the countries of Belgium and Haiti combined. The fires are so big that satellites thousands of miles above Earth can provide imagery of the flames and smoke while volunteer firefighters are working around the clock to stop the disaster.

EDM artists raising awareness

Many celebrities including Electronic music artists from across the world are helping and raising donations.

Showtek, Don Diablo, Steve Aoki, and David Guetta all shared heartbreaking pictures urging their fans to donate and help the fire fighting efforts. They also sent a message to take global warming seriously and lookout after the planet.

Voir cette publication sur Instagram

Thinking of Australia 🇦🇺🔥🙏🏻😢🐨

Une publication partagée par Don Diablo (@dondiablo) le

Other names not mentioned in this article also showed their support with calls for donations.

The Australian names

For the Australian names, Throttle decided to donate a part of one of his show’s profit to the New South Wales Rural Fire Service.

Alison Wonderland will be donating all of the profits from her online store for the month of January.

Voir cette publication sur Instagram


Une publication partagée par Alison Wonderland (@alisonwonderland) le

Fisher also posted a video of him talking about the disaster. He announced that he will be having an Australian tour later this year, with a percentage of the profit being donated.

Furthermore, the Aussi will be hosting a special party and donating all the profits to help fight the fires. The location of this event is still to be confirmed. The Australian star ends his video by also calling for donations for the Australian red cross.

Additionally, Timmy Trumpet went to express his sorrow on social media with a call for donations.

How you can help

Today hundreds of thousands of people have been dislocated, many deaths have been recorded and half a billion animals were killed, and it is not stopping anytime soon. If you want to help, check the links down below.

How to help evacuees

How to help firefighters

How to help wildlife