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‘140 Plates’: the first dubstep/140 only digital store launches

The man behind the DUPLOC label & platform launches innovative digital download store, focused on fair pay for artists & manual curation

Following almost a decade of hard work within the scene, Pieter Grauwels, the founder of label DUPLOC and platform, has launched 140 Plates, the first ever digital download store for strictly Dubstep & 140 music.

Frustrated by a lack of support for the music he loves from the big download stores, the Belgian has teamed up with development team sClouds to create a bass-focused store with a specific focus on manual curation & giving artists a fairer cut of sales.

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Using intelligent algorithms and functions, the manual curation on the site will create a unique experience for each user and the team have meticulously categorised thousands of tracks into sub-genres & styles, making tracks which fall under a specific vibe easier to find.

140 Plates are dedicated to providing artists with a better cut of sales whilst also offering customers the best deal possible. Prices for MP3’s & WAV’s on 140 Plates are not only cheaper than most over stores but the site also takes 3x less of a cut of profits, with artists getting a fairer share.

Visit the site here.

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