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BitTorrent is offering cash grants for artists and musicians

BitTorrent’s mission is to provide an outlet for artists to release their work on their own terms. To support this artist-friendly approach, the peer-to-peer behemoth introduced an updated “pay-gate” bundle in 2014, which allowed artists to set a price of their for users to pay to access their content on the website. BitTorrent Now was also launched earlier in […]

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Pretty Lights teams with BitTorrent to release 13 live tracks

No matter the setting, Pretty Lights is an undisputed titan of the electronic music industry. However, Derek Vincent Smith’s reign is perhaps most revered in his home state of Colorado. Because of his Coloradan supremacy, it’s no surprise that the producer and performer chose Telluride, CO as a pivotal location for his newest string of shows with his live band. […]

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Beatport releases free BitTorrent starter pack for producers

Beatport has released a free production starter pack as a BitTorrent bundle. The pack, which contains over a gigabyte of free samples and tutorials, is part of Beatport’s efforts to bring in aspiring producers to its music retail platform and draw attention to its production-tool outlet, Beatport Sounds. This move comes during difficult times at Beatport, which […]

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KRNE crafts an impressive, dark statement with new eight-track EP ‘Debris’

Oakland-based KRNE boasts a sound that can be found somewhere between the future and dark sides of breakbeat electronica. No matter the specific style, his productions always have that distinct crispness only achievable through blood, sweat, and tears. KRNE’s new eight-track EP, Debris, shows just how wide his aural tastes and production prowess range. With a refined sense of musicality throughout, Debris keeps the listener guessing with […]

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Watch the Original Star Wars Trilogy As It Was Before George Lucas Screwed It Up

Since 1997, George Lucas has been hell bent on ruining the original Star Wars trilogy. Every new release—in theaters, on DVD, and on Blu-Ray—comes with more added garbage than the last. This fan-made version of the original trilogy is the best version of Star Wars you can watch. Read more… Continue Reading from the Source

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