Making the Trade-Off 

Music streaming services are criticized for puny pay models, but local artists just want their music heard

It's never been easier to listen to music. It's also never been easier for up-and-coming artists, including Inland Northwest-based acts, to disseminate their work to listeners. With dozens of online, on-demand music streaming services, both free and subscription-based — Spotify, Rdio,…

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