Cut is one of those smaller electronic music labels which we have been following for some time now, they are working with a subscription based model where for 2 dollars per month you get all the releases they produce. Originally Cut started out in January 2011 as a netlabel providing free music with an emphasis on quality (and that quality really is there). In 2014, they switched to a very affordable subscription based model.
Cut is now celebrating their 40th release, by putting out their first physical release, “The First Forty”, which will be a very limited-edition of only 100, vinyl-style 4-CD box-sets including 40-tracks. The 4-disc set will be designed to look like miniature 12″s complete with vinyl-look black CDs, sleeves and inners.
With only 100 sets available, Cut are running a crowd-funding campaign to manage production and orders, so to ensure you get a copy, you can find out more and fund at the appropriate level to guarantee your set here (just 30 days are remaining till the funding ends).
To check out their latest releases, sign-up for access, or find out more about the forthcoming limited-edition CD set, visit their website.
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