All it takes is blood, sweat and selfies.
A new piece by the stylistically omnivorous musician and producer combines samples from YouTube videos
Body image issues are a renewable resource for pop stars and their teenage fans.
Americans used streaming platforms to listen to 70.3 billion songs in the first half of 2014, as CD sales and downloads declined.
Fans of Richard D. James, who release his music as Aphex Twin, take a test pressing of a 1994 album, raise some money and put it on YouTube.
The labels say that YouTube has threatened to block their content if they refuse licensing terms they see as inferior to those offered to big labels.