eMusic said it will relaunch its subscription digital music service on Wednesday with a larger focus on independent artists. “As in its previous incarnation, the service will offer unprotected MP3 files from independent labels, a sharp contrast from services such as Apple’s iTunes or Microsoft’s new MSN Music store,” reports CNET News.com. “The new version of the service has been redesigned to focus on helping people find their way through the often-confusing independent music world. The company’s new owners, Dimensional Associates, have hired well-known music writers to pen columns and make recommendations, and created new tools to let subscribers see what other listeners with similar taste have purchased.”