Digital buy links for releases are on the album pages.
It’s weird, but many services are helping record labels become obsolete. How? If you find an artist on a small label that you like, good chance they have other music releases that will fit your musical taste, as they tend to stick to a small defined form of music unlike Majors. but services like itunes, Amazon Rhapsody even Spotify do not let you look at music based on the label’s releases. So labels are getting lost in the new world of digital. Considering it’s just a live link to the catalog, I don’t understand why it wasn’t implemented in the first place. (add your conspiracy theories here)!
We are posting sites that sell our music, that support labels by allowing you to actually click on three sixty records and see our entire catalog that’s available. (seems only sites designed by DJ’s do this)
Our music is available at; itunes, Amazon MP3, Beatport, Bell Mobility Full Track, Dancetracks Digital, DJ Download, DJ Tunes, eMusic, Halcyon, Hot Topic / Shockhound, Juno, lala, Last.fm Radio, Limewire A La Carte, Limewire Subscription, LiveWire / Groove Mobile, Mbop Megastore, MediaNet Digital, Mix and Burn, MySpace Music, Rhapsody, Rogers Wireless, SecuryCast, Sprint, Starzik, Track It Down, Verizon Wireless and many more fine retail outlets.
Vinyl and CD’s
CD’s – $10
Vinyl LP’s – $15
Vinyl 12″ – $10
Shipping is included in the final price. [Cd's USA - $3.50, CD's World - $6.00, Vinyl USA $5.50, Vinyl World $9]
- Confessions of a Burningman – Various
Confessions of a Burning Man investigates the evolution of a generation driven by technology and social/environmental responsibility. The object of this documentary is to raise awareness of Burning Man in a positive light. The media today is notoriously sensationalistic, focusing on appearance rather than content. Confessions of a Burningman – Soundtrack Various Genres: Soundtrack Release …Read More
- Jimmy The Fingers – I’m Only Breathing
Jimmy The Fingers Genres: Electronica / Nu-disco / Indie Release Info Release Date: June 21th 2011 Artist: Jimmy The Fingers Release: I’m Only Breathing Genre: Electronic/Indie CAT No: TSD400 Label: Three Sixty Records Format: Digital, CD, Reel to Reel Distributor: IODA – Digital Territory: Global Release Album Art: Redboy – Photo “Imagine Prince and Beck …Read More
- Jonny Alford – Escape
Armed with an acoustic guitar, a mandolin and a pot of gravy granules for percussion, Jonny Alford has produced an album of timeless uplifting songwriting. With tinges of folk and country but without the indulges of either, Jonny’s songs have a simplistic beauty which speaks for themselves. His music is the perfect soundtrack to this …Read More
- Music For Moving Images Vol 3
This is our third compilation some of Three Sixty’s favorite new and old songs, with some old favs from our archives. Jonny Alford who was discovered playing music in a small train station waiting -room in Cookham, UK. Sr Mandril, Electro 7 and Space Funghi Project of Mexico City, and a couple of invited artists …Read More
- RUK – Progress
Though the members of Runaways U.K. were unfortunately lumped in with the ubiquitous trip-hop genre (a.k.a. instrumental hip-hop), they didn’t get the fame and fortune of others like Portishead and Massive Attack. Perhaps this is because A.J. Kwame and Joe 2000 don’t embellish their records with tortured sirens wailing that nobody loves them or croon …Read More
- The Furze – Sub Kicks
After many years playing live together The Furze felt it time to try and capture the essence of the songs they had been performing live to audiences for the last two years. Through creative means they pulled together the cash to record at the famous Sawmills Studios (XTC, Oasis, Supergrass and many more). Sawmills were …Read More
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