Published Jun 09, 2012It's no secret that the music industry has had a rough decade financially, but that has also meant that companies are getting creative with the way they distribute music. The latest imprint to take the leap into web-savvy business models is Domino Records, which has just revealed a new subscription service called Domino Drip.
For $9.99 per month, subscribers will be treated to high-quality WAV or MP3 downloads of two albums, along with bonus material, each month. At least one of the albums will be a brand new album, while the other could be one of the many releases from the label's large archive.
Subscribers in June will receive Wild Beasts' Smother, Lower Dens' Nootropics, Hot Chip's "Night and Day" single and their In Our Heads full-length when it drops on Tuesday (June 12).
Additionally, the first 100 subscribers will recieve a copy of the label's Smuggler's Way zine, the Record Store Day exclusive that includes a flexi disc featuring music from Dirty Projectors and Real Estate.
As if that weren't enough, subscribers will recieve a 30 percent discount on physical media from Domino every six months.
To read more details and sign up for the service, head over to the Domino Drip site.