CRSSD Fest teams up with WeTransfer to give guests free exclusive content

This post was originally published on this site


Fancy a free gift bundle from a set of reputable DJs? Luckily, CRSSD has paired with WeTransfer to provide such a package.

Assembling a variety of unique content from the likes of Shiba San, Mark Knight, Tchami, and more, the two companies have put forth a finished product that is aurally and visually appealing. Trippy Turtle, for example, contributed a salad recipe. Max Chapman has put together a bundle of Resonance exclusives, while Weiss, Nora En Pure, and Walker & Royce have contributed their own mixes to help boost the festive energy.

Download the bundle 

CRSSD Fest is sold out, but you can still view further information about the fest here.

CRSSD Festival partners with WeTransfer to offer free music and cocktail recipes

This post was originally published on this site

San Diego’s famous CRSSD Festival has partnered with the world’s leading file transfer platform, WeTransfer, to gift fans with a free batch of exciting content in lead up to the festival’s fall installment. Since its inception in 2009, WeTransfer has been committed to working with some of the world’s most creative minds to produce innovative and engaging content for their users.

This offering contains music from some of CRSSD’s hottest artists such as Hot Since 82, Lane 8, and Patrick Topping, but it also gifts a few unique  pieces like Alex Wax’s signature vegan Pasta al Pomodoro recipe and a sake cocktail recipe from Richie Hawtin’s own ENTER.Sake brand. All of this content is available to download for free through the WeTransfer platform.


The CRSSD Fall 2017 WeTransfer Bundle includes:

  • Hot Since 82
    KCRW Mix
  • Lane 8
    Fingerprint (Anderholm Remix)
  • Richie Hawtin’s ENTER.Sake
    X Marks the Dot Drink Recipe
  • Patrick Topping
    Dr. Vibes EP
  • Phantoms
    Vodka Soda Recipe
  • Elohim
    Don’t Feed The Baby Tigers (Vol. 1)
  • Prok & Fitch
    Truth Be Told – AFTRWRK (Prok & Fitch Remix)
  • Lee K
    Lee K’s When We Dip Mix
  • Hito
    BBC Radio 1 : Hito b2b B.Traits
    XLR8R Podcast 505: Hito
  • Cooper Saver
    Cooper Saver’s XLR8R Mix
  • Alex Wax
    AIVI – HyperActiveMind iPhone Background
    Alex Wax – Vallarta (Original Mix)
    Pasta al Pomodoro Recipe (Vegan)

Download: CRSSD + WeTransfer Bundle

Read More:
CRSSD Festival releases stellar fall 2017 lineup with Richie Hawtin, Dixon and more

Meet the underground talent of CRSSD Fest: Dena Amy


WeTransfer offers laid-off SoundCloud employees $10K to ‘start something’ new

This post was originally published on this site

WeTransfer is offering up more than just its two cents to help the music streaming industry.

With the announcement that SoundCloud laid off nearly 200 employees at the beginning of the month and closed its offices in London and San Francisco, the file sharing company WeTransfer saw an opportunity in those 173 former SoundCloud employees and decided to offer them $10,000 to continue their work in music streaming innovation instead of just ‘getting a job.’ After overwhelming support from other employees at WeTransfer, the company’s president, Damian Bradford, wrote to the 173 people and pitched his idea and vision.

“[W]e’d like to prevent you from just simply ‘getting a job.’ Why? What’s wrong with a job? Nothing. It’s just that you might stray from your original mission to change the way we consume or create music – an endeavor that made SoundCloud unique in the world of tech. So we’d like to make you an offer. $10,000 to start something. This is not a loan or equity exchange. What we would like to see is a proposal for something you could design, build or manage that could be the new mail-order record club, SoundCloud or iTunes. This is not an investment. I hear you – 10k is a modest amount – but we started small too, and it could act as a runway. Or it could pay for the lights on a runway. Somehow, it could help you get off the ground.”

Read Bradford’s full letter and comments here, and the FAQs about the deal here.


Read more:

Reddit user allegedly downloads all of SoundCloud

SoundCloud’s CEO releases statement regarding future of the struggling website

A team of programmers is archiving SoundCloud’s entire music library