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Drag City, um, dragged into the 21st century
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jeff w
jeff w
676 posts

Drag City, um, dragged into the 21st century

'Not Music' by the groop, all of Laetitia's solo releases and the High Llamas Drag City releases can now be purchased in the digital format of your choice on Bandcamp.

https://dragcity.bandcamp.com

"The viral digital world is not a place easily trusted - not when you're a label like ours, with precious cargo that must never be handled frivolously! For those who have been urging us to throw all our bands into the deep end of all this mess, we'll meet you mid "stream": the whole fookin' Drag City catalog is now available digitally via Bandcamp! So for all the neophytes out there (you're the ones reading our newsletter, right?), enjoy the complimentary musical wares we've provided - then take advantage of Bandcamp's artist-friendly build to explore the world of ALL Drag City artists (and even some (dis)honorary ones) - and make your downloading decisions with both care and financial abandon. We sure dig this Bandcamp thing - and if it turns out to be worth a penny, then we'll have to consider the further implications of the non-pornographic-side of the internet. Help us help you help us make that decision! Make an extended trip to Drag City on Bandcamp."

Jan 27, 2017, 22:36


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vivakomeda
744 posts

Re: Drag City, um, dragged into the 21st century

Bandcamp?

Spotify please

I need Aluminum Tunes in there!!

Jan 28, 2017, 09:19


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hito
hito
1745 posts

Re: Drag City, um, dragged into the 21st century

They seem to be quite protective and probably for a good reason. You can't even listen to most of the material on Bandcamp, unlike 90% of everything on there. I get that as Spotify has basically shifted everything to a crowdfunding model. The only reason to buy an album is if you feel some loyalty to the bands. Once you have bought the CD or files (probably different for vinyl), you just listen on spotify anyway.

Feb 26, 2017, 08:04