The latest digital music store to launch into the crowded marketplace is Rawrip, a UK-based service that launched in beta yesterday, with a full commercial rollout due in November. Its USP is that it offers artists and labels 100% of the download royalties from sales of their tracks, with Rawrip intending to make its money from advertising around the service. It’s launching with a catalogue of one million tracks supplied by indie labels and aggregators, and the company says it’s in talks with major labels to carry their catalogues too. The company offers artists a `Rawstore’ widget that they can embed on their MySpace and Facebook profiles.Link:

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