For much of the music industry selling digital downloads seems like an uphill battle and streaming music companies are struggling to get consumers to subscribe for a little under $10 a month to all you can eat megacatalogs. In contrast, Drip.fm is powering digital music subscription services for which fans will pay that much to get downloads of every digital release from a single indie label. Slowly adding labels since 2011, Drip.fm now includes Sub Pop on its roster. Drip.fm seems to be doing well and I hope that's the case. I think they're one of the more important indie-oriented...

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