Independent music retailer and music service eMusic announces that its worldwide catalog has exceeded 4 million tracks.
The growing eMusic roster now comprises more than 40,000 record labels. The majority of these label catalogs are available worldwide, including UK-based reissues label Ace Records, with a music collection ranging from soul and jazz to rock ‘n’ roll; non-profit New World Music Records, also part of the Anthology of Recorded Music Inc.; Providence, R.I.-based Load Records, a noise/experimental indie label; classical label Delos Records, featuring music from Janos Starker and Eugene Ormandy, including his final recordings with the Philadelphia Orchestra; and New York-based What’s Your Rupture Records, specializing in small-run vinyl releases.
Additional titles to the eMusic catalog include the recent, critically-acclaimed album from Nine Inch Nails, The Slip (Null Corporation), as well as classic titles from Liz Phair and Joan Jett and the Blackhearts (Blackheart Records).
“eMusic is redefining digital music retail for the 21st century with new features that make it easier than ever to discover new music,” says eMusic president and CEO David Pakman. “More and more labels are recognizing that eMusic is always working to help them increase sales of their catalogs, including songs that don’t sell on other services.”
For more information, visit www.emusic.com.