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Merge and eMusic

As of tomorrow, November 18, the Merge catalog will be removed from eMusic. We at Merge are longtime fans of eMusic; it has for years been one of the premiere places to discover new and independent music, and their editorial is among the best around.  We are truly grateful for their coverage, and have enjoyed working with them for many years. Unfortunately, eMusic's unilateral changes in an effort to bring on the major labels has created a situation where it would be harmful to the interests of Merge and our artists to continue our partnership at this time. We encourage those who regularly purchase Merge titles from eMusic to head to your local independent record store, the Merge Digital Store, or one of our other digital music partners.As of tomorrow, November 18, the Merge catalog will be removed from eMusic.

We at Merge are longtime fans of eMusic; it has for years been one of the premiere places to discover new and independent music, and their editorial is among the best around.  We are truly grateful for their coverage, and have enjoyed working with them for many years.

Unfortunately, eMusic's unilateral changes in an effort to bring on the major labels has created a situation where it would be harmful to the interests of Merge and our artists to continue our partnership at this time.

We encourage those who regularly purchase Merge titles from eMusic to head to your local independent record store, the Merge Digital Store, or one of our other digital music partners.