Let's face it, music is as important as food. And like food, the best music comes from independent growers. So it only make sense that an indie label extraordinaire like Mississippi Records of Portland would seize on the Community Supported Agriculture model and start their own Community Supported Record program. They're teaming up with fellow their Portlandites at Eggy to distribute the harvests. Subscribers can send the label however much money they want to send and in return they'll get every new release until the money runs out and it's time to renew.