Brick and mortar music retailers are closing left and right but, thanks to Gallatin Grad student Jeremy Wineberg, music could be staying in stores for a long time. Wineberg started a company called Music Tees which sells T-shirts with album art on the front, the album’s track listing on the back and a unique code printed on the tag which allows the buyer to download the album online. Music Tees already boasts collaborations with a plethora of well known artists including Mos Def and Kid Sister. Music Tees allows artists to effectively get their music in stores is a manner that has greatly declined over the past decade. Definitely an idea that should get you thinking.