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Shop for original collectors’ items on jamendo!

As we mentioned recently, jamendo has created a space where artists can sell collectors’ items to their fans. In these virtual shops, the most obvious things you can buy are special editions of their albums or high definition downloads. But some artists have gotten creative… Here are a few examples worth a look.

Want to learn to play Rob Costlow’s sweet melodies? Why not do it directly from his score sheets: Rob will let you do just that, at €12 for 4 sheets. At that price, piano buffs have no reason to hold back.


You might not play the piano, but surely you can appreciate the beauty of an elaborate image. Binary Mind is selling photomontages printed on canvas, with impressive colors and creative angles.

binary mind

Even more creative is VS’s offer to perform in your living room! The band will come and play a semi-acoustic showcase just for you, for only €300 (plus travel expenses of course). An unforgettable experience for sure…

Finally, the quirkiness award goes to Sebkha-Chott, from whose virtual shop you can purchase, against €1500, a visit from the band’s bass player and infamous dictator Wladimir Ohrelianov. He will come over to your place and give a 4 minute speech. Now you don’t want to miss out on that…

sebkha chott

As you can see, some artists are coming up with some pretty crazy stuff in their virtual shops: two thumbs up from us!


One Response to “Shop for original collectors’ items on jamendo!”

  1. ala hutchchinson Says:

    Hi people I have bean listening to jamendo on and off for some time but due to PC con fig problems I could not get access to jamendo,I have always had a great interest in up and coming bands or musicians it is so cool,and I can see that once again that artistic expression
    through music is evolving once again with artist using self authord music in there art gallerias,I think that being and artist of any kind is the gate way to a brave new world A technological frontier,as it were,yes there has bean a convergence of art & technology.

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