Amp Live released Rainydayz Remixes, an 8-track remix project of Radiohead's In Rainbows, in 2008. He received a cease and desist letter from Warner/Chappell, informing him that Rainydayz Remixes "created musical arrangements/remixes" without proper approval. After building an internet movement, primarily through YouTube, Stereogum and Pitchfork Media, a settlement was reached and Amp Live was allowed to release the album for free. It was chosen by Wired as their "Best Free Download of the Week".
Amp Live released the solo album, Murder at the Discotech, in 2010. He released Therapy at 3, a collaborative album with Eligh, in 2011.