Finally. Instead of declaring war on the internet and downloaders, a record label has come up with a sensible solution to the copyright war: give up.
Independent label Team Love Records has announced the Team Love Library, a rotating selection of content that registered users of the library will be able access at no cost. To be fair, the label claims that they’ve had the idea since the label was begun by Conor Oberst and Nate Krenkel in 2003. Maybe their path has become clear due to the fact that the RIAA is still suing people at random and no viable legal solution has been reached in five years. The library promises to offer "Team Love albums as well as exclusive content such as unreleased songs, live or remixed versions of TL favorites."
And just in case you were wondering, Team Love’s artist roster includes Jenny Lewis and The Watson Twins, Tilly and The Wall, Gruff Rhys, and The Felice Brothers. Register to use the library here.