Almost a third of UK albums that went silver, gold or platinum in 2004 came from independent labels, according to figures from the Association of Independent Music (AIM). The influence...

Almost a third of UK albums that went silver, gold or platinum in 2004 came from independent labels, according to figures from the Association of Independent Music (AIM). The influence of Indie labels is expected to grow as digital technologies allow musicians to record and distribute music relatively cheaply.

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