Are Subscription Music Services Better for Indie Labels Than For Mainstream Ones?

I recently wrote about how radio aggregator apps are competing with subscription music services like Spotify and Pandora. On the same day, Robert Andrews
I recently wrote about how radio aggregator apps are competing with subscription music services like Spotify and Pandora. On the same day, Robert Andrews of paidContent wrote about Drip.fm, a subscription service that lets listeners subscribe to independent labels, instead of artists or genres. The service seems to particularly popular among indie music fans, even though the labels seem to release "just a few, hand-picked tracks each month." Listeners can choose to subscribe to more than…...

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