A few months ago, in its quest to change the way we consume music from now until eternity (for better and for worse), YouTube rolled out Music Vault, an archive of concert footage from some of the greatest bands and musicians in history. The initial launch, spread out over the last three months, featured a handful of video releases at a time. On Tuesday, the library exploded to 13,000 videos, which means this has potential to be one scary — and awesome — rabbit hole.

The channel offers a handful of individual artist and genre subscriptions, so you can avoid having to sift through a bunch of flotsam (like Santana) before finding something you actually want to watch/listen to (not Santana).