Friday, 19 September 2008

Online Music Store, DJ History, Launches Today

A new online music store launched today (September 19th). The site,, will sell downloads of rare vinyl tracks claiming to "do the digging, so you don't have to".

Co-curator Frank Broughton told The Guardian "We'll never be as big as iTunes, but we'll always be more interesting. The store is aimed at DJs, music geeks and anyone who wants great, unknown music,”

There’s a section on the site called Secret Weapons, a monthly release of killer tunes DJs normally keep to themselves.

Broughton says "The label is about the people on the forum. They suggest things to license and they get to show off their amazing rarities and do legal remixes and edits of favourites from their collections,"

"The forum attracts hundreds of brilliant unknown DJs as well as massive names like dj’s like Francois Kevorkian, Darshan Jesrani, David Mancuso, Prins Thomas and Greg Wilson. They've all contributed in some way. It's a community filled with experts, and they all share what they know."

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