Gramatik Brings The Age of Reason to BitTorrent Bundle


The acclaimed electronic artist on freeing music by making music free. Gramatik grew up glued to his stereo: a kid in Slovenia raised on R&B and jazz. By 13, he was building his own tracks; mixing beats on an old PC. His sound grew up. And it grew bigger and broader than electronic music’s traditional…

Friday Download: Living Life or Waiting to Die


Friday Download is dedicated to curating the best download-able objects on the web, courtesy of BitTorrent Bundle for Publishers In this week’s Friday Download: an indie film about modern life. Living Life or Waiting to Die is a comedic story about two roommates whose daily routines turn into daily nightmares. It’s about two guys who…

The Crash Reel: BitTorrent Bundle Goes Behind the Scenes of the Snowboarding Doc


New documentary Bundle features never-before-seen footage from the film by Oscar-nominated director Lucy Walker. The Crash Reel is the true story of Kevin Pearce, a U.S. champion snowboarder. In 2010, Shaun White ended up on the top of the Olympic podium. Kevin, his long-time friend and rival, ended up in a coma; the result of…

The Act of Killing BitTorrent Bundle Reaches 3.5 Million Downloads


The Oscar-nominated BitTorrent Bundle film inspires a global movement. The Act of Killing addresses an act of genocide largely unknown in the West, and unacknowledged at home, in Indonesia. Our collective amnesia is the true legacy of dictatorship. This film challenges a regime to remember a 1965 massacre. What happens next is unforgettable.

New Features for Publishers: Get Your Stats, Embed Your Bundle


Hey Publishers! A little while back, the BitTorrent Bundle team began testing out a couple of our most requested features. Now, we’re ready to start rolling them out to all of our alpha users. The rundown: You’ll now be able to embed your Bundle in your blog or website and get stats about your Bundle…


Friday Download: Soccer City


The 2014 World Cup in Brazil is right around the corner. To get you prepped and thoroughly amped, download a movie made for and out of the love of soccer. In this week’s Friday download: A film about race, class, poverty, faith, hope- and above all else – soccer. The film takes place in Alexandra,…

The BitTorrent Report, 2013 Edition


Moby’s innocents Bundle is the Internet’s most downloaded torrent, and other true stories from BitTorrent in 2013. 2013 will go down as the year of twerk; Buzzfeed-ification and binge-viewing. Bear with us: this changes everything about art. Really. And here’s why.

The BitTorrent Interview: Dave Hansen


BitTorrent is a company made up of inventors, engineers, scientists, designers; makers and breakers of technology. The BitTorrent Interview is an introduction to the people of peer-to-peer: notes from the edge of distributed technology, and a few words from the team we’re lucky enough to call our own. In this week’s edition: Dave Hansen, software…

Closing the Open Internet: Permission and Payola


Twenty years of open access has allowed us to build the Internet into a powerful economic engine; a platform for the free exchange of information and ideas. Striking down protection of that open access is a major threat to innovation, free speech, and the Internet as we know it. A closed Internet is unproven. There…


Staff Picks: Miss Sapphire


Staff Picks is dedicated to surfacing the best music, film, and art downloads on the Internet; digitally handmade by BitTorrent Publishers. Read on for this week’s finds. In this week’s Staff Picks: Miss Sapphire’s latest album Learn to Fly. The album plays homage to the swinging spirit of the roaring 20s – it’s sultry, high-energy,…

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