INgrooves, a digital distribution company, is fast becoming a favorite of music acts embarking on comebacks.
Last year, San Francisco-based INgrooves oversaw digital distribution and marketing for the release of Dolly Parton's album "Backwoods Barbie." The record debuted as the No. 1 country album on iTunes. This spring, when the spoof metal group Spinal Tap releases its first album since 1992, the boys in the band are trusting INgrooves to distribute the material to iTunes, Amazon, and other online retailers.
But just don't call the privately held INgrooves a music label. "I don't like … Read more