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The Soulection producer premieres an exclusive 18-track collection of edits, as well as his 4-track Soulection White Label EP from 2013 in advance of his upcoming EP, Suburb Superhero.
The experimental UK rapper shares an exclusive mixtape collection ahead of her debut album, A Curious Tale of Trials + Persons, out 9/18.
Filmmaker Alex Winter on the rise and fall of Silk Road, and the web’s anonymous, decentralized revolution
DAY OFF pops off this Saturday in LA. The official compilation is here, featuring 14 tracks and 5 FG exclusives.
The UK-based alt band shares intimate sets from 2015’s sold-out tour.
From Mr. Carmack to MT. OSSA: 30 days in 10 downloads.
And it's fire.
The music photographer shares life behind the lens, on the road, and in the studio with Chronixx, Flatbush Zombies, Joey Badass, and over 75 artists.
The enigmatic producer releases new Frontier EP, 45 tracks, and the opportunity to collaborate on a new release.
Calling all producers: remix Martin Gore’s “Featherlight” for the chance to be featured on his upcoming EP.
The ten best things we heard in June.
Echoes in the valley, cosmic alchemy, and other true stories from the last 30 days in BitTorrent Bundle. Herewith, the best of May in ten downloadable objects.
The soul experimentalist shares the stems for his new track with producers and fans.
11 new tracks, 11 new reasons why we all love Makonnen. Get hydrated.
Pay What You Want for Say It Loud, the new ten-track album available today from Detroit producer/multi-instrumentalist GRiZ.
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.
The new documentary, premiering March 16 at SXSW, follows producer Nick Koenig’s search for sound. Your first look is here.
Bundle up with 700 Fill, the underground hip hop crew’s first follow up to 2014’s So It Goes.