got this e-mail earlier, not sure if a public release has been done, first i've heard of if...

Dear Supplier

Juno Download has partnered with, the worldÂ’s 5th largest music website*, to launch Discogs Digital, a white-label version of the Juno Download store.

Discogs Digital, which will launch in the first week of April 2010, is a great opportunity for both Juno and our labels to reach new markets and increase sales of both new and back catalogue download releases.

Over its 10 year history, has created the worldÂ’s most comprehensive database of dance and electronic music, earning credibility and respect as an invaluable resource for collectors, DJs and music enthusiasts alike. This is a perfect fit with JunoÂ’s ethos to carry the most extensive range of dance and electronic music on the web, and weÂ’re very excited to be giving internet users more opportunity to purchase dance and electronic music online legally.

The new white-label store will be hosted at, but content will be stored by Juno. All preview clips, artwork, release data and full length audio files will be stored on our own servers, and customers will download their tracks directly from Juno too.

You do not need to change the way you deliver content to Juno. All releases will be available for sale on Discogs Digital at the same time that they are made available for download on Juno's store. All takedown and amendment requests sent to Juno will be actioned automatically on Discogs Digital. Both online real-time sales reporting in Juno's LMS and your monthly sales statements will report sales on both stores.

We're very excited about this new opportunity for dance and electronic music. Should you have any questions, please contact