I bet you never thought that you could find new music from independent and emerging musicians from all around the world while you pick up parts for your car. Right? Wrong!!

European online music service Jamendo have just struck up a deal with Supercheap Auto, a 256-strong auto-parts chain store with locations across Australian and New Zealand, which will see music from Jamendo’s catalogue played across the stores in the two countries. This means that all the music you hear in the store (which Supercheap Auto has paid for) is also available for free under a Creative Commons licence.

One thought on “Jamendo bring CC+ to Australia and New Zealand

  • 23 March 2010 at 8.37 pm

    Fab idea – I think Supercheap Auto should be commended for setting up a system where everyone could benefit and receive enjoyment without the extra cost normally associated with music downloading.

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