Staff Picks: February 2016 Edition
Everything we had on repeat this month.
The 2015 BitTorrent Report
From Ratking to Rubble Kings: how DIY scenes and outside voices shaped pop culture in 2015. 2015 saw creativity’s declaration of independence. More than 41% of artists we surveyed now say that direct-to-fan distribution — the freedom to share work without a label or a studio — is the single biggest change impacting the arts. It’s bigger…
September Staff Picks: Exploration
Searching for truth in web’s black markets, shopping for kicks in the crowded streets of Tokyo, and chasing down summer’s last golden hours.
Staff Picks: August 2015 Edition
From Fool’s Gold to Secret Stash: 30 days in 10 epic downloads. FOOL’S GOLD: DAY OFF FIRE Fool’s Gold DAY OFF started out five years ago in a parking lot in SoHo: a place for friends and label fam to celebrate music’s electric, unclassifiable underground. Today, DAY OFF spans five cities, a lineup featuring everyone from…
Bundle Staff Picks: July 2015 Edition
From Mr. Carmack to MT. OSSA: 30 days in 10 downloads.
Bundle Music Staff Picks: June 2015 Edition
The ten best things we heard in June.
Staff Picks: Remix Jamie Lidell’s “Believe in Me”
The soul experimentalist shares the stems for his new track with producers and fans. Jamie Lidell’s work spans kinetic funk and deconstructed R&B; an always electric and often raw sonic trip. In March, Lidell released “Believe In Me,” his second new track since 2013’s self-titled LP. “It’s an honest admission of self-doubt,” said Lidell. “I even…
Staff Picks: The Onion Video Archive
A five-video collection of hard-hitting journalism, courtesy of America’s Finest News Network.
Staff Picks: FilmBuff African-American Documentary Collection
Four acclaimed filmmakers explore the African-American experience, through community, music, and art.