UK-based digital music service Mflow is due to launch in April, and has announced a bunch of media deals with music magazines, including Q, Mojo, Kerrang, NME and Clash. The mags will provide editorial coverage in their pages and websites, as well as advertising and reader promotions.The service itself will be a downloadable desktop client through which users will be able to discover new music, follow other users, recommend tracks to friends and buy songs. When users recommend a song to friends and they buy it, the recommender gets 20% of the purchase price as a credit towards buying other tracks. Source: Press Release

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