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    Default favorite online music retailer other then itunes and beatport

    right now for me - boomkat.
    i like the layout, most albums have reviews that are objective enough that you can get an idea of whether you even wanna bother queuing it for preview, and their selection is pretty good.
    only cons - preview player emits a really loud intermittent beep, and if you bought a bunch of stuff at once theres no way to instantly download it all or separate the new downloads from the old.


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    Psyshop, Saikosounds (for CD's)
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    Stompy and damn noisy. More to do with quality of house music they stock
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    Juno Download. Plenty of bestsellers and DJ charts.
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    Labels.

    Indie labels (and some medium sized ones) sell tracks from their website. The advantage is that a lot of them are doing the "minimum donation" thing, which I like. And they often provide flac files, which I adore them for.

    I don't really use anything else atm, because I haven't found another site that's as easy to browse as beatport. I'll look into some of the ones listed here, though.

    Oh, and I don't use iTunes. Well, i do…but not for music I'd DJ with. And I haven't actually done that in a while…it's either labels or Amazon for the most part.

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    Quote Originally Posted by MaxOne View Post
    Stompy and damn noisy. More to do with quality of house music they stock
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    Turntablelab and bluecollardistro and two of my favorites but the selection is slim.

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    Juno Download
    - newsletter with interviews/reviews
    - genre pages
    - DJ charts
    - good player
    - brilliant selection
    - good search engine
    - WAV option
    PS -tend to use Beatport more 'tho - cheaper due to a better exchange rate.

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    By far I like www.trackitdown.net

    They have a facebook link for each track that shows how many people liked it. Which is a fast way to see what is popular.

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