In the music industry, direct-to-fan is the equivalent of short circuit in food. It's like buying fruits and vegetables directly from the producer.
Like the short food circuit, the direct-to-fan purchase guarantees fairer remuneration for artists and labels (about 75% of a direct-to-fan sale goes to the producer), thus allowing them to sustain the development of their artistic projects.
The number of intermediaries is reduced to a minimum and transport costs, as well as the associated CO2 emissions, are optimized.
This new direct sales channel also makes it possible to fill cultural deserts and to receive your disc on the day of its official release thanks to pre-orders.
In summary, as soon as the Direct-to-fan tag appears, it means that there is only us between the artists, the labels and you.