Taking a break from offering DRM-free pay-what-you-want indie games, the folks behind the Humble Indie Bundle are trying out a new medium – music. Today they announced the Humble Music Bundle, offering six digital albums from the likes of Cristopher Tin, They Might Be Giants, Jonathan Coulton, MC Frontalot, and Hitoshi Sakimoto (who created the music for Valkyria Chronicles).
The albums are "Favoritism" from MC Frontalot, "Troubling Questions" from They Might Be Giants, "Calling All Dawns" from Christopher Tin, "Best of the Valkyria Chronicles" from Hitoshi Sakimoto, and "Jonathan Coulton's Greatest Hit (Plus 13 Other Songs)" from Jonathan Coulton. Paying more than the average price ($8.20 currently) will unlock "Twelve Remixes of Four Songs" from OK Go.
You can learn more about the Humble Music Bundle at www.humblebundle.com. It will be interesting to see if this particular bundle is as popular as the normal indie game bundles.