Thursday, November 08, 2007

The Money Shot: Radiohead and SubPop Sell Sell Sell While Moby Gives It Away...

The latest headlines...

Radiohead Catalog Enjoying Post-'Rainbows' Boost (Billboard)
MS: According to Nielsen SoundScan, Radiohead's seven previous albums -- "Pablo Honey," "The Bends," "OK Computer," "Kid A," "Amnesiac," "I Might Be Wrong" and "Hail to the Thief" -- collectively sold a total of 35.8% more copies in the four weeks following the Sept. 30 announcement of "In Rainbows" compared to the four preceding weeks

Moby gives his music away free to filmmakers (NME)
MS: The New York based artist is offering tracks for free on to independent and student filmmakers, and asks for a small charity donation if the films get distribution deals.

Sub Pop Opens Digital Download Store (Pitchfork)
MS: "You can download the files you've purchased from your account page at any time and multiple times-- if we update the download in any way (think bitrate or bonus tracks or whatever), you can just log in, go to your download page, and get the new version of the file."

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