- The Open Society Archives (OSA) at Central European University is an archival laboratory. While actively collecting, preserving, and making openly accessible documents related to recent history and human rights, we continue to experiment with new ways to contextualize primary sources, developing innovative tools to explore, represent, or bridge traditional archival collections in a digital environment. Our approach to acquisition is increasingly proactive and inclusive, and we actively seek out non-traditional material, material previously marginalized based on its content, social origin, or form. At OSA Archivum, professional archival work is integrated with public programs, and our Galeria Centralis serves as the focal point of exhibitions, performances, film screenings, lectures, and seminars. Through all of these endeavors, we advocate: open access and transparency in public administration; equal rights to information; the ethical use of private data; open formats and open standards; and broad access to cultural heritage. -
- A fan page dedicated to the works of Bruno Adams, Blixa Bargeld, The Birthday Party, Simon Bonney, Boys Next Door, Nick Cave and The Bad Seeds, China/Mars, Congo Norvell, Crime & The City Solution, Dirty Three, FM Einheit, Einstürzende Neubauten, Gallon Drunk, Dave Graney, Gun Club, Gudrun Gut, Alex Hacke, Mick Harvey, Die Haut, Rowland S.Howard, Lydia Lunch, Malaria, New York Dolls, Kid Congo Powers, Hugo Race, Conway Savage, Suicide, The Scientists, These Immortal Souls , Tren Brothers, and many more ... -
 BUG: The Evolution Of Music Video was launched in April 2007 as an ongoing series of bi-monthly events at the BFI Southbank in London – the home of British cinema – celebrating global creativity in music video.
- The Toronto Zine Library is run by a collective of zine readers, zine makers and librarians who are looking to make zines more accessible in Toronto. We believe that zines are still an important medium of communication, and that they should be cherished, protected, and promoted. Our aim to do this through our public collection of zines, conducting related workshops at our physical library and abroad, and by holding events that promote zines as a method of open communication and free expression. -
 - The Punk Rock Sewing Circle is a volunteer group of artists, musicians, and activists from the early days of punk rock in San Francisco who organize art and music based events designed to simultaneously promote early punk rock culture while raising funds for social justice causes.  Our events are coordinated on behalf of the community by the community and feature early era punk rock music, photography, art, spoken word, and performance art. Its a labor of love and not for a profit. -
- M.ETROPOLIS | On-line source for jazz, free-jazz, improvised, innovative, adventurous and unheard music and dangerous poetry. We listen to music and read artists who don’t even exist yet. -
- Archive of St. Louis punk scene /The purpose of this site is to preserve and make available for both researchers and fans the artifacts of the St. Louis punk scene. Beyond simply providing a glimpse of the sounds and images of St. Louis punk, the flyers, records, tapes, shirts, videos and photos collected here also help to provide a picture of the parallel communities that punks created across the country. Even in the smallest of scenes punks helped to found their own journals, television and radio shows, clubs, and touring circuits, independent of the rock and roll circuit, which ignored punk, and in turn punk returned the favor. -
- Punk in the East is a digital collection of original punk photographs, gig ticket, posters, clothing and ephemera from Norwich, Norfolk and across East Anglia. As content continues to come in it is fast becoming the largest digital UK punk archive to be found anywhere on the internet. -
- The Digital Library of Slovenia - provides access to a wide range of digital contents in fields of science, art and culture. As an online source of information, it constitutes an essential component of the modern educational and scientific research process, and is one of the cornerstones of the information society development. Moreover, it ensures preservation of the Slovenian written cultural heritage in digital form, thus digital contents of the past and present will be accessible to future generations. -
- SONM ARCHIVE is a nonprofit online platform which aims to spread experimental music and sonic art, as well as promote the artists that work in these fields. This collection of cultural interest is framed within the boundaries of research and service to culture. Therefore, in order to be able to listen, registration is needed. This is a streaming-only archive. Download is not allowed. All the works, irrespective of the fact that they have been officially released or not, have their copyright. - is an audio archive dedicated to contemporary art; a space dedicated to documentation and to the deepening of the visual arts; a place for the diffusion and production of sound arts. It produces and distributes interviews, documentaries, audio guides and sound tracks commissioned or produced in collaboration with museums and cultural institutions. Find its privileged dimension in listening and choose the language of radio, not just its medium, to tell how art is made today. -
- SOUNDCITIES DATABASE  is an online open source database of city sounds and soundmaps from around the world using online found sounds and field recording. The soundmaps and the database can be listened to, used in performances, or played on mobiles via wireless networks. Initially all the sounds where by Stanza, however now you can contribute your own found sounds. This is was the first online open source found sound database of city sounds. Stanza's soundmaps have been online since 2000 and the database since 2003.-

- Alt-X Press brings to web-readers a must-have library of free avant-pop novels, collections of new media (h)activist writings, and critical ebooks. -
- If you know about Open Culture, surely you know about Ubuweb. If you don't, its slogan says almost everything you need to know about it: "All Avant-Garde. All the Time." This vast online repository of cutting-edge cultural artifacts from a variety of eras also adheres steadfastly to the principle of keeping all of its material free: free in the sense of charging you nothing to read, hear or view it, and free in the sense that you can do whatever you want with it. Needless to say, the site, founded by poet Kenneth Goldsmith in 1996, has made many fans, and Ubuweb itself has tapped quite a few of the higher-profile ones to curate top ten lists. Assembled by people like New Yorker music critic Alex Ross, novelists Hari Kunzru and Rick Moodyalterna-pop star Nick "Momus" Currie, these help the potentially (and understandably) bewildered find their way through the trove of Ubuweb's media, which is universally influential and vanishingly obscure, viscerally transgressive and vertiginously intellectual, eternally exciting and deliberately boring. -
- is a Non-Profit Online-Archive & Information-Database for Audio-Tape-Culture (Cassettes/Tapes/Reels) and 20th Century Art- & Music-related Small-Press Publications / Magazine-Culture. This Archive-Database focuses on the following styles/genres.
- Mid 70's to late 90's Industrial / Experimental / Free Improvisation / Post- Punk / New Wave, Minimal / Synth /Ambient and further musical directions of the DIY-Cassette-Culture. -
 - Bristol Archive Records is a record label dealing in reggae, punk, rock, metal, pop and post punk 1977 onwards. -
- is a digitized archive of fanzine /from EX YU/ created with the aim of rescuing from the forgetfulness of most of the fanzine and related materials.-
- A non-governmental cultural institution founded by Dušan Hedl in 1999, Cultural Centre Maribor (former Subkulturni azil Maribor) is involved in both literary and music publishing. It manages the music recording studio Studio at the Border and releases music on its legendary label Front Rock, later on also on Akord Records, Monofonika and Classica Slovenica. -
- Archival documentation of the post-industrial underground /1998-2002/
(ambient / industrial / experimental / power electronics / neo-folk music culture). -
- Center for new media Kuda.0rg is a Novi Sad based non-profit organization, which gathers artists, theorists, media activists, researchers and general audience in the field of information and communication technologies. -
- John Peel's collection contains his favourite records from a career spanning nearly 40 years of opening ears. From the 60s to the 00s, these records aired on John's Radio London and BBC shows often provided the first plays for bands - many of whom would go on to achieve great fame. -
- Fanzin Apartment is a united, non-profit readership that shows the virtue of tossing their text into the street as a self-created fanzine, which sees over a circulation of thousands of circulation figures. -