Apple and the indies

Fun news from the world of iTunes: Apple will be meeting with a bunch of indie labels, among them Matador and local faves Sub Pop, tomorrow to discuss what it takes to participate in the Apple/iTunes Music Store. Story first reported on; MacCentral has a confirmation from Apple.

Of course, if they’re just talking tomorrow, it’s anyone’s guess about how long it will take for non-major-label content to show up in the ’Store. But it’s a kick to think that Kinski, Ugly Casanova, L7, the New Pornographers, Pretty Girls Make Graves, Cat Power, Interpol, Guided By Voices, and, yes, the Jesus and Mary Chain could show up in an iTunes window next to the current headliners, who include No Doubt, the Doors, and Luther Vandross.