New Music from Clap Your Hands Say Yeah

2012/11/13

Clap Your Hands Say Yeah’s 2005 debut was a killer album. (The Skin of My Yellow Country Teeth: Still. So. Good.) But it was also a killer moment for Indie rock: a record that proved you didn’t need the traditional Label Machine to get heard. Pitchfork, in their 9.0 review, noted the beautifully rare thing…

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Artists We Love: Free New Music from Willis Earl Beal

2012/09/28

Chicago native Willis Earl Beal started out as a street performer. Like most of us, he wanted to be heard. Unlike most of us, he left a trail of homemade novels, art and CD-Rs across America. And last year, his practice of gifting handmade music got him an audience; the cover of Found magazine, a feature in…

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Too Legit

2012/09/20

On September 17th, Musicmetric reported 405 million downloads during the first six months of 2012. In this same period of time, BitTorrent worked with artists to deliver 124,191,863 licensed, legal music downloads; helping emerging and established creators monetize their content through our ecosystem. Click on the image above or here to view a day’s worth of…

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Have You Seen Him

2012/08/28

An official selection of Sundance 2012, Stacy Peralta’s Bones Brigade: An Autobiography documents skateboarding’s youth revolution. The ollies. The inverts. The airs. The insecurities. The impossible achievements. It’s the true, untold story of Tony Hawk, Rodney Mullen, Steve Caballero, Lance Mountain, Tommy Guerrero, Mike McGill, and the moment skateboarding became skateboarding.

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It’s Time to Rewrite the Future of the Entertainment Industry

2012/07/23

We’ve had a lot of success in the last few years putting great content in front of our audiences. Our Featured Content experiments with musicians, filmmakers, game developers and authors have resulted in tens of millions of downloads, not to mention record deals, sold-out movie theaters, world tours and all kinds of ancillary revenue generated…

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Today on BitTorrent: Chester French debuts Music 4 TNGRS Bundle

2012/07/10

Acclaimed indie-pop duo Chester French are back with a new album, and you can download it here, first. We collaborated with Fame House to bring you exclusive key tracks and more from Music 4 TNGRS; a sonically-dense mashup of stadium rock vs lo-fi beats.

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New Movie Exclusive: Download the Kumaré BitTorrent Bundle

2012/06/11

Where do cult leaders come from? What is it about them that inspires (intense) devotion? Are they more spiritual? Or are we just gullible? In our latest BitTorrent Bundle, live today, follow filmmaker Vikram Gandhi as he sets out to discover the secret life of spiritual leaders in the SXSW audience-award winning documentary, Kumaré. Gandhi…

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How File-Sharing Advances An Artist: BitTorrent & P2P Boost Pretty Lights’ Success

2012/05/31

How does peer-to-peer file-sharing advance an artist’s career? Believe it or not, “free” really is associated with some of the best things in life. Read on (thanks, Storify) to find out how DJ Pretty Lights attained a whole new level of profit, success, and exposure for his music by partnering with BitTorrent.

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#crowchat Recap from our Twitterview with Counting Crows

2012/05/24

In case you missed it, we chatted with Counting Crows’ frontman Adam Duritz for over 3 hours last week. With 70+ questions to sift through and tons of interaction from the band and fans, you better believe there was a lot to talk about. Read on to discover some of the highlights – courtesy of…

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New Music Bundle + Tour Dates from Counting Crows, only on BitTorrent

2012/05/14

We’ve been obsessed with everything Counting Crows since August and Everything After. So we’re very excited to partner with the band on their latest media release: an exclusive BitTorrent Bundle of four tracks from their latest album, Underwater Sunshine (Or What We Did On Our Summer Vacation). The BitTorrent Bundle includes: Untitled (Love Song) Like Teenage Gravity…

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