Indie label Domino Records has returned to eMusic, a year and a bit after pulling its catalogue from the subscription service (Bulletin, 17-Nov-10). The company hasn’t issued its own statement on why it has returned to eMusic yet, but eMusic has hailed the news. “We’re excited to have Domino as a US label partner. Domino has performed consistently well on eMusic over the past few weeks,” CEO Adam Klein tells Billboard. “Their artists, Real Estate, The Kills, and Laura Marling, are all artists that our members love.” Domino originally pulled out along with Merge and Beggars Group after eMusic added several major labels’ music to its offering. At the time, Beggars said eMusic had “changed the terms on which they deal with labels in certain ways, some of which we have found impossible to accept”.

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