BBC Worldwide Brings a Decade of New Doctor Who to BitTorrent Bundle
The celebrated series reboot marks ten years since its return with a ten episode box set featuring specially selected highlights from the last ten years of New Who for $12. Doctor Who is an iconic television series which has become a global phenomenon, a show featuring a unique hero who can travel anywhere in space…
Staff Picks: War Feels Like War
The 2004 documentary embeds us with the embedded. This is the Iraq War we didn’t see.
iLoveMakonnen: Drink More Water 5 Premieres on BitTorrent Bundle
11 new tracks, 11 new reasons why we all love Makonnen. Get hydrated. iLoveMakonnen is hip hop’s reigning surrealist; a GRAMMY-nominated DIY rapper whose hazy synths and crazy honest, un-autotuned vocals have come to define the sound of 2015 so far. There’s a reason why everyone loves Makonnen.
Pay What You Want For ‘Say It Loud’, The New Album From GRiZ Available Today Via BitTorrent Bundle.
“‘Say It Loud’ is the funkiest, most soulful and fun album I’ve ever made. This music is for all of us. It’s meant to be experienced, danced to, sang along with, felt. That’s what it’s all about.” – GRiZ
Staff Picks: Tbilisi, I Love You
Pay What You Want to unlock ‘Tbilisi, I Love You’, the latest film from in the “Cities of Love” franchise. Following Paris, je t’taime and New York, Tbilisi, I Love You is the latest film to be released as a part of the “Cities of Love” series from producers David and Nika Agiashvili. A collection of ten short films created by a crew of accomplished international directors…
Kodak To Graph Shares Isa Digital Box Set
The debut album from producer Mikey Maleki gets a BitTorrent Bundle reissue: featuring the original ten track album, video, art, and an exclusive new digital zine. Iranian-American producer Mikey Maleki records as Kodak To Graph: capturing the sound and stillness of life as it unfolds around us; ambient sound as autobiography. His debut album, Isa, was released…
Staff Picks: On The Road With Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros
Since 2009, the ten-piece indie folk circus that is Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros have shared songs of community, compassion and self-exploration with fans around the world. The group’s live shows are as much of a collaboration with the audience as they are a performance, where frontman Alex Ebert routinely finds each and every opportunity to…
Palooza Report: March 2015
Every couple of months, BitTorrent’s staff spends two days in a company-wide hackathon. The goal: to come up with an innovative project that embraces the company’s mission of distributed technology, user control, and sustaining an open internet. We call these a Palooza. Here’s the results of what happened at our latest event.
Bundle Premiere: Edward Sharpe and the Magnetic Zeros’ Live In No Particular Order: 2009 – 2014
‘Live In No Particular Order: 2009-2014’ is out today for a minimum $5 pay what you want contribution to Big Sun Foundation.
SXSW Preview: Hot Sugar’s Cold World
The new documentary, premiering March 16 at SXSW, follows producer Nick Koenig’s search for sound. Your first look is here. Nick Koenig is always listening. In his hands, the sound of the wind over a gravestone becomes something like a hook. Underneath each song, you can hear the sample: a dollhouse burning, a girl blowing out…