Bleep.com Music Store Launches New Version

Bleep.com has relaunched and is now selling physical products alongside digital downloads. The new site can be seen here. The store was originally launched five years ago by UK independent label Warp, during which time it’s racked up more than 1.8 million downloads.

The store sells digital tracks from Warp, but also fellow indies Beggars Group, Domino, !K7, Planet Mu and Stones Throw – more than 300 in all. The new features include the additional physical catalogue, as well as a new embeddable music player, more editorial content, and a celebratory Best Of Bleep feature to celebrate the fifth anniversary.

The site still seems to have a very poor traffic rankings so Im not entirely too sure they are selling too much at all at the moment.

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