Most online music vendors organize their wares in categories like Classic Rock and Country. At Insound, a cooperative for such label-phobes as hip-hop warrior Princess Superstar, the headers look a little different: Ambient Dub, Shoegazing, etc. And that’s just the music – there’s also a ”cinema” featuring RealVideo samples from films, music videos, and documentaries (one concerns Judas Priest fans loitering in a parking lot). Would you expect anything less from a site subtitled ”indiemogaragpunknoiselectronic+essentials”?
Posted May 17 2000 — 12:00 AM EDT
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