The set from Calvin College in April 2004 gives us a glimpse at an artist who was still (seemingly) serious about the 50 states project, using nothing more than a guitar and banjo.
Entrepreneurial hypebeasts are turning dream collaboration sneakers into unauthorised realities.
Founding guitarist Jeff "Mantas" Dunn gives us his honest opinion of bootlegging, the new 'Assault!" boxset, and Venom's wild, strange legacy.
She also shares edits of Lapalux, Porter Robinson and Madeon, and a couple of her own tunes.
"You can enjoy it in real life, rather than through your camera."
Dare we allow ourselves some cautious optimism about the upcoming Axl DC tour?
From Coachella to Glastonbury, a sprawling subculture remains devoted to the trading and archiving of unauthorized recordings of your favorite sets.
These definitely aren’t the toys you’re looking for.
How Soviet hipsters invented the first flexi discs...and were sent to the gulag for doing so.
Between publishers and manga pirates, who stands on higher ground?
One of the who's-who of the West Coast scene is comfortable wearing the pants of many genres.
It's EDM 101! MartyParty schools newbies on the difference between official remixes, bootlegs, and remakes, plus tells you how to find acapellas and avoid lawyers.