I'm pleased to notify you about new DRM-free music store in Finland, meteli.net/dowloads. In its news section (http://meteli.net/uutiset/3630) they say they have about 1.7 pieces from EMI, Playground Music, Edel, The Orchard, IODA and several small Finnish record labels.
Juno offers MP3, WAV and FLAC electronic music.
Aom3.org is a community dedicated to bringing the right business
model to digital music buying. Consumers want DRM-FREE music and
aom3.org shows that by supporting only these shops. As well as a
friendly community to chill out with, there is an extensive section for
music shop reviews as well as guide/tutorials on music living.
Experience DRM-Freedom: Rhapsody MP3s aren't restricted; that means; when you buy a song or album from Rhapsody you can do whatever you want with it. Put it on your iPod or any other MP3 player, play it on as many computers as you want, or burn it to a CD as many times as you want.
This is a large collection of DRM-free music downloads in MP3 format. Although Amazon recommends to "Install the Amazon MP3 Downloader," we recommend against this, because it is proprietary software. You are able to purchase and download individual MP3 files of an entire album without the software, but you can not download an entire album in a single step.
eMusic.com is the 2nd most popular online music store (just behind iTunes) and the most popular DRM-free store, with all tracks available in MP3 format. That means you never have to worry about whether tracks downloaded from eMusic will play on your iPod, your Rio, or your Zen music player. They're guaranteed to play on any music player you own. With over 1,000,000 songs from over 3,800 record labels, and no DRM... eMusic looks pretty nice.