One of the earliest websites for unsigned music and artists is coming back from the dead. The Internet Underground Music Archive (“The internet’s first free hi-fi music archive”) dates back to the early-1990s where unsigned acts could upload and share their music, often in pre-MP3 formats which are now redundant. It was eventually sold but withered on the vine. Thanks to Jason Scott of and John Gilmore of the EFF, it lives to play another day. Not all of the music survived, but there are an estimated 680,000 tracks ready to be listened to.

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