Staff Picks: Best of Bundle, April 2015 Edition

Graphic novels, free weed, and other true stories from the last 30 days in BitTorrent Bundle.

Dynamite Entertainment: The Dynamite Mega Bundle!

Over 200 comic books and 4,000 pages of 100% required reading, with contributions from George R.R. Martin, Kevin Smith, Quentin Tarantino, Alan Moore, and more — including titles like Bob’s Burgers, The Wheel of Time, Green Hornet, and Shaft. Actually, might just stop the list here, not being lazy but this could be the only thing you ever need to download again.



Hundred Waters: Form:Arcosanti 2015 Compilation

On May 22, Hundred Waters’ FORM festival returns to the way out there wilds of Arizona; a celebration of experience, environment and experimental sound. The FORM ’15 compilation (lovingly curated by the band) features Holly Herndon, Mas Ysa, Mutual Benefit, and more — plus new stuff from M Geddes Gengras, live takes from How To Dress Well, Majical Cloudz and Mitski, and unreleased demos from Hundred Waters.



NGHTMRE X Slander: Nuclear Bonds

Slander and NGHTMRE have emerged as some of LA’s leading beatmakers. (Official sign of You’ve-Made-It Status: 3 tracks from their new EP premiered on set this year at Coachella). In their own projects, both look to break down genre and sound barriers. Together, their work explores the sonic geography of Los Angeles. Nuclear Bonds is gritty, dark, and crazy exuberant, in equal measure.



Show Me The Body: Show Me The Body EP

The NYC hardcore trio has been demolishing DIY Venues and house shows across the five boroughs: unapologetic, uncompromising, and loud as fuck. Download the Bundle to unlock their new EP, music videos, and an exclusive collection of digital zines.



BBC Worldwide: A Decade of Doctor Who

Doctor Who is something totally singular: both cult and culture; a series about time travel that’s actually traveled and transcended time in its fifty year run. Ten years ago, the Doctor’s journey began anew with Russell T Davies and “Rose”. Celebrate a decade of New Who with an exclusive 10-episode digital box set, curated by the BBC.



Esteban Uyarra: War Feels Like War

In 2003, filmmaker Esteban Uyarra spent three months in Iraq with a borrowed handheld. As approved media coverage of Iraq played out on television screens across America, Uyarra captured what was happening on the ground. War Feels Like War is the story of a group of independent journalists who refused to be embedded; who refused to be silenced.



Jamie Lidell: “Believe In Me” Remix Pack

Jamie Lidell’s work spans kinetic funk and deconstructed R&B; an always electric and often raw sonic trip. In March, Lidell released “Believe In Me”, his second new track since 2013’s self-titled LP. “It’s an honest admission of self-doubt,” said Lidell. “I even feel vulnerable releasing this song, which is why I know it’s important.” Aching and atmospheric, “Believe In Me” is one of the artist’s most personal works. It also belongs to fans. Grab the Bundle to unlock and remix the new track.



That Startup Show: Season 1

What does it take to start your own business? To break down stereotypes? To build a brand? To kickstart a culture? That Start Up Show, hosted by Al Jazeera+’s Dan Illic, explores the current issues and events impacting tech, through sketch comedy, interviews, and the true-life stories of entrepreneurs in search of the Next Big Idea.



Jörg Tittel and John Aggs: Ricky Rouse Has A Gun

The graphic novel is part Die Hard, part Disneyland; an illustrated trip through all the weirdness of contemporary copyright culture. Enough said. Pay what you want to unlock the full digital book.



Free Weed: Introducing

It’s said that Free Weed will boost your happiness and lower your inhibitions. (The artist, right.) It’s true. Rikky Gage’s debut LP under Free Weed is smart, stoned, and blissed out. Cop it here.



Straith
Written by: Straith

Straith leads creative initiatives at Bittorrent

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