Social music discovery store Mflow has officially opened its doors in the UK, following a beta test that’s so far encompassed more than 10,000 people. You don’t now need an invite to join, which should see the company grow its user base beyond those initial testers. As we explained in our recent Report article, Mflow lets users follow each other to get tips on tunes, with successful recommendations earning the recommender 20% of a song’s purchase price to spend on the store. However, it still only has two major labels on board – EMI and Warner Music Group have yet to sign up. Source: Music Week

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