eMusic is a unique discovery-and-download destination for music enthusiasts. Our catalog includes many familiar and off-the-beaten path releases from both major and independent labels. We realize that you’re not just amassing singles, you’re cultivating a music collection. In addition to providing recommendations to help you find new tunes, our editorial staff–many of whom also contribute to Pitchfork, Rolling Stone, Spin, The New York Times, and others–continuously brings you original artist interviews, album reviews, and radio programming to enrich your explorations.
How eMusic works
After signing up for the right plan for you, you’ll have access to 17+ million downloadable songs high-quality mp3s playable on any digital device. You can change or cancel your plan at any time. Most tracks are priced around $0.49 each, or half the price of other sites. And every penny of your membership goes towards what you love most: downloading music, which is yours to keep forever
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Wondering Sound is eMusic new platform which houses all of their editorials. Any editorial you see on eMusic redirects to WS. The objective of the new site us to be the knowledgeable record store clerk, the room booker, the A&R guy who knows all of the musicians, their stories, and wants to share them with you, without judgement.
Collects artist discography, bio, photos, links to website(s) + social media and related editorial. Artist info is supplied and can be sent to firstname.lastname@example.org.
The album point of purchase page includes link to artist and label content on eMusic, as well as album review and related editorial.
eMusic is one of the few digital services that allows search by label.
eMusic’s free track of the day feature is an opportunity worth tackling. A track from a priority release is offered to our members for a day and pushed out via our homepage and to our @eMusic Twitter followers. A signed promotional use waiver is required for submitting tracks to this program.