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Indie music e-store launched in the UK

Written by Lasse Penttinen @ 27 Aug 2004 8:54 User comments (1)

The new music e-store for smaller independent labels has been launched today. According to the source, the music selection is going to be quite massive, as promises to deliver music from over 3000 independent labels around the world. The music is offered in the standard and non-crippled MP3 format. In addition to selling music, the site will also offer other service, for example to the unsigned artists.
We will be presenting the best new music from the Independent sector, featuring unsigned talent through to music from some of the most credible and leading Independent record labels from around the world. Well also be featuring exclusive downloads you wont find anywhere else including exclusive compilations, remixes and live gigs.
... We are aiming to keep our pricing as low as possible starting from 0.99 for a single track but offer strong discounts for multi-track purchases and LPs. These discounts start at 2.50 for a 3-track purchase and further discounts will be given with each additional track purchased.Check it out at:

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129.8.2004 0:09

What a good idea, and very reasonable prices, it is certainly a pity that they do not have any music on it yet.

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