The Brooklyn label drops the label comp 2.0, featuring the newest signees to their roster.

A label made for fans; built by artists. That’s the vision of Fool’s Gold Records co-founders Nick Catchdubs and A-Trak. It’s working. What started as an idea seven years ago, is now a record label-lifestyle brand hybrid boasting a roster of superstars, influencers and rising artists who defy genre titles. Keep the sub-genre titles to yourself — this is Fool’s Gold and it’s just really fucking good music.

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Why do we need another chat application? It’s a legitimate question. Even better: What can BitTorrent offer that isn’t already available?

Well, let’s take a look at this category. Messaging and voice applications currently available all rely on central servers. These central repositories of metadata are the target of choice for snooping government agencies and hackers alike.

Now, consider that at BitTorrent our engineers have over a decade of experience building products for millions of users based on decentralized infrastructure. This has given us the unique expertise to build a communications platform and product with a strong distinction from the current offerings: no servers required.

Enter BitTorrent Bleep.

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Now All Drugs are Digital

The first documentary short from the team behind Children of the Machine uncovers the emerging world of device-tripping. “The PC is the LSD of the ‘90s,” stated Timothy Leary in his last book, Chaos and Cyber Culture. Your first-ever desktop was acid. Think about your iPhone. Think about Oculus Rift. These are the 21st century’s…

Sync Stories is a column dedicated to our users. Each week, we showcase a different use case for BitTorrent Sync and the personal stories behind it. In this week’s edition: Software developer Andy Dixon shows how the combination of BitTorrent Sync and cloud hosting network Vultr can help you create an always-on, high capacity virtual storage system.

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 edition of Staff Picks: A Bronx, NY emcee brings 17 new tracks to BitTorrent Bundle. K. Mekonen waited until the time was right to drop his…

The Polish Ambassador offers fans an interstellar digital archive: a new album, an entire catalog, exclusive videos, artist-curated artwork, and more. When David Sugalski dons his bright yellow jumpsuit he purchased in a Chicago thrift store years ago, a Clark Kent-to-Superman-like transformation occurs. The humble musician and producer assumes his alter-ego, The Polish Ambassador, an…

Friday Download: Emilio

Friday Download is dedicated to curating the best download-able objects on the web, courtesy of BitTorrent Bundle Publishers. In this edition of FDL: a harrowing journey from a small village in Mexico to the busy streets of Los Angeles. Emilio, a new series from Landmark Films, follows a 19-year old immigrant from his hometown in…

Developing on the BitTorrent Sync API? Our developer evangelist is here to work with you. This is a guest post by Ian Maxwell of meshedsites.com, on leveraging BitTorrent Sync and other technologies to create a decentralized solution for deploying and experiencing websites.