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eTree has literally hundreds of indie concerts, which are available through their torrent listings.

Another excellent concert torrent tracker is Digital Panic

LargeHeartedBoy keeps an uptodate list of festival concerts, as well eTree offerings.

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Video Thing focuses on emerging indie bands. Recent offerings include The Slits, Chromeo, Magic Bullets, The Deadly Syndrome, Teenage Talking Cars, Ira Robot, Tussle, Glass Candy, Ariel Pink, Justice, Lady Tiagra and Yo Majesty...and they are just starting.


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In addition to the venues listed above, you can find an array of archived concerts at the following excellent websites:

NPR Concerts

VideoThing - Contemporary concerts

Wolfgang's Vault - Classic rock and roll archive that includes concerts from promotor Bill Graham's collection

Live Music Archive - Over 40,000 shows

Digital Panic


Echoe's Hub


The Perfumed Garden

XPonential Music On Demand (WXPN)

ATT BlueRoom

Nugs.net - Contemporary and classic rock

DayTrotter - Invites various indie artists for exclusive live sessions, featuring re-worked and alternate versions of old songs and unreleased tracks

FuzzyTV offers up full concerts on its sister website to Totally Fuzzy. Their choice of music and the video and sound quality are excellent.

Fab Channel - Hundreds of full high quality concerts from Europe. :rip1::sad:

LaBlogotheque - This French website offers up top notch mini-concerts from the best of indie artists. Vincent Moon is prominently the most prominent director and his videos always capture an intimate side of the artists.

Pitchfork TV

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