This week, we got a visit from the Total Disruption crew (more to come, shortly, on the work we did with those fine folks) and listened to a Bob Dylan classic filtered through computer equipment.
We also signed up for the free webcast of Future of Music Coalition’s Summit happening this coming Tuesday. In-depth discussions on how the recent election results will impact music policy and how artists can leverage emerging digital channels will be in the mix. It’s an event not to be missed so make sure you register here.
Have a great weekend and start it off right with the best free things on the Internet.
Fugazi hasn’t performed live. In ten years. (November 4th marked the day.) The good news is you can download their incendiary live shows, including their last hometown appearance in Washington, D.C.
Download Fugazi Live at Ft. Reno Park on 2002-07-01: https://bit.ly/iafugazi
One of our favorite alt-country singers, Ryan Adams, turned 38 this past Monday. Feel like celebrating with us? The Internet Archive has over 200 live recordings for you to enjoy. We’re partial to this show, but go on: scroll through the list.
Download Ryan Adams Live at Orpheum Theatre on 2009-02-21: https://bit.ly/ryanadamsia
Browse the entire IA list of his live performances, here: https://bit.ly/U5bGep
Bram Stoker’s Dracula
The author of ‘Dracula,’ a novel that has shaped the image of the modern vampire, would’ve been 165 years old today. Google created this wonderful doodle featuring the book’s main characters to honor Bram Stoker’s legacy. Want a refresher/something to make your next roadtrip super creepy? We’ve got the audiobook.
Download Bram Stoker’s Dracula: https://bit.ly/draculaia
That’s all for this week. Make sure to follow us on Tumblr to be the first to know about our picks for the best free content, as it happens.