Digital music distributor INgrooves has gone physical, in a deal to distribute the new album by The Crystal Method. The company is working with UMG subsidiary Fontana to get the album into physical retailers, and plans to distribute more albums in this way during the summer. The news means INgrooves can compete with rival The Orchard, which got its own physical distribution capabilities when it acquired TVT last year.

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