German DJ-producer Boys Noize recently made news with Skrillex after announcing that the two would be returning as Dog Blood once again, landing a spot on this year's Movement Festival in Detroit. Now, Boys Noize is making waves once again, celebrating the 10-year anniversary of his own Boys Noize Records imprint.

To properly celebrate the self-described "anarchist collective" label's milestone, Boys Noize has released "3650 Days of Noize," a massive gifting of classic, live and unreleased material on BitTorrent.

"Over the past 10 years, Alex Ridha (Boys Noize) has been committed to forming Boysnoize Records (BNR) into a league of its own," the label explains in an accompanying note to the fans. "BNR is now known as the non-conformist DYI collective that escapes any ill-fitting genre pigeonholes."

Packing in over five hours of music, the bundle includes two new tracks from Boys Noize ("Brain Frequent" and "Dawnload"), a live Boys Noize set from Tokyo, a live Dog Blood set from Monegros Festival, an unreleased Boys Noize remix of Jackson and his Computerband’s track, “Arp #1,” two unreleased SCNTST tracks (“Punk01” and “Beat03”), and a curated selection of 25 songs, the best of BNR classics. Visual assets include a Dog Blood drawing, a collage of BNR album artwork from the past 10 years, and the BNR10YR logo designed by BNR's long-time designer, Paul Snowden.