Fat Wreck, Epitaph, Sub-Pop Get Bandcamp Pages


Today, the Bandcamp for Labels has officially been launched, thus providing records labels and artists of all sizes a new lagwagon_by_lisa_johnson_WEBplayground for which they can preview and sell their music.

The first wave of labels to take part includes Fat Wreck Chords and Epitaph, iconic Seattle label Sub-Pop Records, as well as ANTI-, Relapse Records, and many others.

As of today, Fat Wreck and Sub-Pop have made a ton of releases available through the new service, while Epitaph currently has a total of nine, including offerings from The Menzingers, This Wild Life, The Weakerthans and Jamie T.

For a label to get involved with this Bandcamp initiative, it only costs $20/month to service the music of 15 artists, or $50/month for an unlimited amount of artists. You can learn more about the business model right here.

“Bandcamp for labels is a goddamn dream come true!” Exclaimed Bob Lugowe of Relapse Records. “We can now seamlessly and uber-efficiently manage our entire roster of 80+ bands from one dashboard, plus analyze an unprecedented level of statistics, bulk upload releases, you name it. Truly an essential tool for the music industry in the 21st century.”

Here are some more of the artists that you’ll find on these labels’ pages: NOFX, Lagwagon, Swingin’ Utters, Against Me!, Anti-Flag, The Flatliners, Rise Against, Tony Sly, Masked Intruder, Morning Glory, Sean Rowe, Daniel Lanois, Jolie Holland, Mudhoney, and The Shins.

-Adam Grant

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