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EMusic tunes in to Matador Records

Music site EMusic.com has signed a licensing and distribution deal with independent record label Matador Records. EMusic, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group, said that through the deal it will provide its subscribers with MP3 downloads from Matador, including tunes from Yo La Tengo, Superchunk and Belle & Sebastian. EMusic said new releases will be added over the next several months. EMusic currently offers a free 30-day trial of the subscription service on its EMusic Web site. In June, Universal completed its acquisition of EMusic, one of the online music pioneers selling MP3 downloads.

Music site EMusic.com has signed a licensing and distribution deal with independent record label Matador Records. EMusic, a subsidiary of Universal Music Group, said that through the deal it will provide its subscribers with MP3 downloads from Matador, including tunes from Yo La Tengo, Superchunk and Belle & Sebastian. EMusic said new releases will be added over the next several months.

EMusic currently offers a free 30-day trial of the subscription service on its EMusic Web site. In June, Universal completed its acquisition of EMusic, one of the online music pioneers selling MP3 downloads.