Vinyl subscription service Table-Turned announces third round with Post-Hardcore and Shoegaze Revival packages
DIY record-of-the-month club offers Early Bird Price for subscribers if they subscribe before March 1.
Chicago-based vinyl subscription service Table-Turned announces its third round today with two new packages—Post-Hardcore and Shoegaze Revival. Though the first records for this round won’t be mailed until July 1, interested subscribers can sign up until March 1 for a special Early Bird Price at $160.
Subscriptions are open until June 30 but, starting March 1, the subscription fee will increase to its regular $175. Interested subscribers will be given the option to pay the entire fee upfront or, starting March 1, $15 per month for twelve months.
Subscribers can expect their first record on or around July 1, and on the first of each subsequent month for twelve months. New packages will launch with different genres in the coming months, along with new opportunities to subscribe.
Table-Turned sends its subscribers new records in the mail each month. Instead of telling them what to enjoy, though, the service empowers subscribers to select the genre from two options. The records they receive each month will not only include some of that genre’s best, but will also expose them to bands and albums they might have missed.
For previous rounds, the service has offered genres including Pop-Punk, Emo Revival, Post-Rock, Grunge Revival, Americana-Punk, and Noise Rock. Table-Turned partnered with several independent labels to find the best music for their subscribers, including Sub Pop, Relapse Records, Topshelf Records, Bloodshot Records, Temporary Residence, Constellation Records, Southern Lord, and many more. The service will begin announcing label partnerships for this next round starting in March.
For more information about each package and how to subscribe, please visit Table-Turned’s website.
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Hardcore’s temperamental, unrelenting stepchild. Wielding more complex melodies and dramatic dynamics, it presents a rounder character than its predecessor and is more difficult to typecast. Expect punk’s spirit, emo’s heart, and metal’s muscle and thick skin.
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