Bowers & Wilkins offers super high quality music downloads

By andy

You’d expect audio experts like Bowers & Wilkins to be pushing the envelope when it comes to quality music reproduction, and today the British company has announced an upgrade to its Society of Sound Music download service.

Members can now get access to three lossless music download file formats – Apple Lossless, 16-bit FLAC and now 24-bit FLAC.

Membership is £23.95 for six months or £33.95 per year, and for that you get to download an album every month, recorded at Peter Gabriel’s Real World Studios.

This isn’t iTunes or any other mass-download music site, so it probably isn’t for everyone, but it does offer a range of alternative music for those who like to branch out a little.

In the first year, artists who have recorded albums or tracks have included Gwyneth Herbert, Dub Colossus, former Suede frontman Brett Anderson, guitarist Tom Kerstens, Mercury Award nominees Portico Quartet and Eurythmics star Dave Stewart.

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Future releases include the new album from Dengue Fever, a band that blends Cambodian pop music with West Coast psychedelic rock.

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