The debate over Spotify’s business model is met with controversy and vitriol by many a marquee name. Taylor Swift recently pulled her catalog from the service. Legends Led Zeppelin and Bob Dylan were long-time holdouts. Thom Yorke and Nigel Godrich notoriously took to Twitter with a series of incendiary tweets calling out shareholders for “rolling in” profits without properly compensating artists. Keep scrolling to find out which artists are standing up against the music subscription juggernaut with boycotts and protests of their own design.
Love This Giant (Vinyl) by David Byrne and St. Vincent ($19)
Big Machine 1989 (Vinyl) by Taylor Swift ($20)
Capitol Morning Phase LP (Vinyl) by Beck ($32)
Warner Bros. Holy Fire LP (Vinyl) by Foals ($23)
Nonesuch Turn Blue (Vinyl) by The Black Keys ($22)
Atlantic Ghost Stories (Vinyl) by Coldplay ($19)
XL Records The Eraser (Vinyl) by Thom Yorke ($19)
XL Recordings Amok LP (Vinyl) by Atoms for Peace ($20)
Drag City Have One on Me (Vinyl) by Joanna Newsom ($36)
Warp Records Shields (Vinyl) by Grizzly Bear ($23)
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