Spin City Now that these entrepreneurs have put a modern twist on the music industry, independent labels can stay in the game.
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At 18, Robb McDaniels worked as a disc jockey, spinning music in London nightclubs. Now 33, he's putting a spin on the entire music industry with the help of Adam Hiles, 34, and Matthew Burns, 37. Since 2002, the founders of INgrooves, a digital media distribution and publishing company in San Francisco, have been bringing independent music labels up to speed by focusing on distribution through modern channels like online stores, video games and ringtones, and offering marketing, promotion and sync licensing services in the digital world.