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IB tease: indie hits

WHO LET THOSE GUYS IN? With nearly 20% of the year now in the books (though Q1’s anemic sales obviously won’t account for 20% of 2013’s overall sales tally), two of the Top 5 albums are indie releases—#1 Mumford and Sons (now at 2.8m) and #4 Lumineers (1.1m)—as indie-sector marketshare grows to 25% of the business, led by Bob Morelli’s RED, with 6%. HITS’ industry insider I.B. Bad makes this timely point in his upcoming column, dedicated in large part to the latest indie renaissance, posting Friday morning. (3/14a)

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