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Thursday, 7 February 2013

Ninja Tune digital subscription

A subscription service is something I've often thought would be a good idea. For a set amount you'd get everything from a label.

Ninja Tune were started by Coldcut years ago. Recently they've been putting out stuff like The Bug and Actress so they've still got their finger on the pulse.

Here's a link and their blurb:-


Want an easy, convenient way to get every album, EP and single Ninja Tune and Big Dada release? Then our new subscription service is for you.

Subscribe for just $12 a month, and we'll send you everything we put out, on release day, in high quality MP3, WAV or FLAC formats , which are yours to keep forever. In the event that there are less than 2 albums in any month we'll top up with favourites from the back catalogue.

Sign up now and you'll receive a 42-track compilation we've put together from all our 2012 releases, as well as recent albums from FaltyDL and Dobie, with new releases from Bonobo, VISION and more coming up in the next few months!


$12 a month for everything we release, delivered straight to your inbox
At least two albums a month
High quality MP3, WAV or FLAC downloads
Subscribers in February 2013 also receive a 20% discount code for any purchases at the Ninjashop, as well as a 10% discount for the entire time you're a subscriber.
Automatic entry to our VIP Club, where you'll receive news about exclusive releases, bonus content and more
A free Ninja Tune Mug!

Ninja Tune don't put out enough stuff I'm into for it to be worth it for me. However, I'd love it if a label I was totally into did this.

1 comment:

  1. This is an ace idea. Profound Lore really need to do this! Wouldn't it be ace if a music magazine like The Wire did something like this. Terrorizer would make a killing if they did it and sold the readers two good metal albums a month with bonuses, comps and stuff. It'd be like those oldskool by-mail book clubs but for FLAC.