People's Music Store

People’s Music Store is a site that allows you to create your own online store from the catalogue they have available to sell. Build your own site, sell music, keep 10% of the sale price as a retailer. You decide what to stock, and you recommend and sell the...

NoiseTrade

NoiseTrade offers musicians a ‘pay what you want’ service, similar to the Radiohead thing that happened over a year ago now. Really. Perhaps more interestingly, they offer fans the opportunity to buy the album, or tell five friends about it and get it for...

CreateSpace

CreateSpace is Amazon.com’s self-publishing operation. If you’ve written a book, made a movie, or perhaps recorded an album, you can use CreateSpace to manufacture and replicate your media and sell it over the internet. Rather than keep stock on shelves,...

Bandcamp

Quick disclaimer here: I’ve been asked to join Bandcamp as a member of an advisory board. I’ve said yes. Bandcamp is a platform for musicians to promote and sell their music online. They say their job is simply to power a site that’s yours. No banners, ads...

My Music Source

Okay – so you get the idea now: I point you at a website you might find useful, and you tell us whether it’s any good in the comments. Today’s site is called My Music Source. Click on the image to visit it. Check it out, see what you think, then come...

How can I sell mp3s from my website?

A while back, I gave some thought to the question “How can I sell my music online?” and concluded that a good mix seemed to be getting it as many places as you possibly can using a digital aggregator like CD Baby or maybe a no-frills option like TuneCore...