“Drip fits the gap of the superfan, the serious devotee. Maybe they’d only buy one to two records a…”

Wednesday, October 10th, 2012 at 11:31 am

““Drip fits the gap of the superfan, the serious devotee. Maybe they’d only buy one to two records a year, but now they’re actually developing a relationship and getting a whole year of label releases,” he says. “Ultimately, the fans should feel like they’re connecting with the labels. The label’s personality should shine through, we’re purely just the place where it happens.””

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