OK, that Kranky Bandcamp round went super well, so we're back into the fray w/r/t all of this.
You'll find a new tab in the menu up top; a "Shop". Therein you'll find a series of player widgets, each linking to a dedicated page on Bandcamp where each title is now for sale, in both Digital and, in a growing number of cases, Physical editions as well (toying with the idea of making small-run, "On-Demand" editions of some of the unreleased titles ala the "Traveloglog" series, will keep you posted on that).
26 titles up at time of writing, including several otherwise unreleased affairs; this all to justify the "Subscription" option, which, for the princely sum of USD$120 per annum, grants you full streaming rights & downloads of everything in both lossy & lossless iterations, along with the incentive of a 25% discount off of all Physical goods. That's a hot potato if there ever was one; handle with caution.
Note that, in the case of the Kranky, Editions Mego, and PAN titles, that the labels are essentially "lending" me the audio so that it can all be listed in one tidy place. Billing of both Digital & Physical iterations will be through them, as will the fulfillment of their tangible goods; multiple currencies may be in effect. Physical items on my various "Private" imprints will ship to you from sunny Australia.
One of the things that I love the most about releasing music Digitally is that its essentially without a definitive history, malleable. I loved how "The Life of Pablo" kept getting revised & reworked, long after the official release date. And so, as I migrate my audio archives from the dying embers of one studio machine to another, and as I come across the session data & assorted materials from each record, I get to augment the listings on the individual Bandcamp pages for each title. Good news is that if you buy something once, you're privy to upgrades & afterlife.