Paper Bag Records Goes Digital
There will soon come a time when a record label owning a digital store will be the expected norm, but for now, the practice is still somewhat noteworthy, and the latest to follow the trend is Paper Bag Records.
The Toronto-based label home to Sally Shapiro, The Acorn, and Woodhands has announced the launch of its digital store, wherein fans can download all future releases as 320kbps, DRM-free files and find exclusive content like live sessions and unreleased tracks.
Digital-only releases are in the works for experimental folk outfit The Acorn's Glory Hope Mountain album, as well as Vancouver-based weirdo-punk group You Say Party! We Say Die! Individual MP3 downloads are also available for select tracks.
Pictured above: The Acorn.
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