Shhhh... don't tell anyone, but there's a revolution brewing. More and more musicians are finding a way to expose their music to a wider audience without benefit of large labels and marketing mavens. They are posting their work on sites such as MP3.com. Visitors who listen can also purchase CDs directly from the artist, and the musicians themselves decide what gets posted and how much it costs. Could this be the wave of the future? It seems to be gathering momentum like a snowball rolling downhill.
This category is in its infancy. But I somehow expect it to be the fastest-growing, most visible portion of the site over the coming weeks. Please check in often to see how it's growing. And if you have a link to offer, please fill out the link submission form. We're always willing to add another...
Disclaimer: there is a chance for me to earn $.03 for each visitor who arrives at MP3.com through a link from this site. I am not running this site to make money (please note the .org designation), but if there's a chance to defray some of the costs of running this site, I won't turn it down. Let your conscience determine how you proceed from here. My conscience allows me to sleep at night!
The first additions. There is no particular reason these are here and others aren't, except that they are the most recent link requests to arrive at Music For A New Age.
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