offers you a tremendous amount of tunes, all accessible online. And it's not just any tracks: dozens of forgotten tapes, full of subversive treasures, referenced by the amazing online archive website.

The collection of about 30 Go, was quietly left on the website since 2011. It comes from the Myke Dye's audio library, a radio animator for the Canadian underground and communal radio CKLN-FM, on air from 1983 to 2011.


In this rather strange list you can find “tape experimentation, industrial, avant-garde, indy, rock, diy, subvertainment and auto-hypnotic material

Depending on your Internet connection, the full downloading should take you anywhere between a few minutes and a few hours, maybe a few days the really unlucky ones. But be patient, it's clearly worth it.

Download it here