RIYL: Pure Bathing Culture, Jessy Lanza, cover albums, Oasis
Label: Turntable Kitchen
Turntable Kitchenâs new album subscription service, Sounds Delicious, delivers full-length limited edition cover albums straight to your doorstep monthly. No food or recipes are involved, just music. The cool thing about Sounds Delicious is that you donât have to subscribe for an extended period of time; If you like what SD is offering up any given month, you can select the 1-month option with no long term commitment or need to cancel anything. Albums end up costing $25 plus shipping regardless of how long you jump in for.
First up is Yumi Zouma covering Oasisâ 1995 album (Whatâs The Story) Morning Glory? (their takes on Oasis’ Sheâs Electric and Champagne Supernova are available over on Soundcloud.) Along with this release you get the bragging rights to say you were in on Sounds Delicious from the beginning. Look at you, you trailblazer.
Upcoming Sounds Delicious releases in the pipeline include cover albums from Pains Of Being Pure At Heart, Ava Luna, Foxygen and Ben Gibbard. Check out more info on the service at the buy now link below.
SOUNDS DELICIOUS (1-12 MONTH ORDERS)
Currently shipping: Yumi Zouma â (Whatâs The Story) Morning Glory? (Oasis Cover Album)
SOUNDS DELICIOUS is a new music subscription service for people who love covers and vinyl.
Every month youâll receive an exclusive, limited-edition 12âł vinyl record (and accompanying digital download) featuring one of our favorite artists covering a full-length album of their choice. Each release will be strictly limited and will only be available through SOUNDS DELICIOUS.
For example, The Pains of Being Pure At Heart will cover Tom Pettyâs LP Full Moon Fever and Foxygenâs Jonathan Rado is reinterpreting Bruce Springsteenâs Born To Run in its entirety.
The first 100 people to order either 6-month or 12-month memberships will receive a FREE vinyl case for storing their SOUNDS DELICIOUS records.
Note: This is a pre-order. The first month of SOUNDS DELICIOUS is expected to ship in the first quarter of 2017.
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