Keep in Touch Subscription Review – July 2015
Keep in Touch is a subscription service that sends a monthly postcard that you can play on your turntable! It’s a really unique concept that harlens back to the flexi disc era of the 1980’s.
My Subscription Addiction pays for this subscription. (Check out the review process post to learn more about how we review boxes).
The Subscription: Keep in Touch
The Cost: $65 per year
The Products: One postcard per month featuring original artwork and a song that can be played on your turntable, plus an mp3 download code for the song.
Ships to: US
Good to know: Subscriptions are currently SOLD OUT!
This was the seventh mailing from Keep In Touch. After February’s mailing, I decided to stop trying to play these on my record player. They play really, really poorly, and I’m afraid they will damage my system somehow. Fortunately, Keep in Touch also gived you a download of each song, so you don’t have to play it on your record player at all.
On the other hand, I am really into the artwork! Especially in this unique square record format! I like this photo a lot, too, but they failed to include the artist’s name on the postcard. Since I am never playing these, I plan to collect the whole year and post them above my stereo. I think they will look amazing!
This month’s song is “Title Track” by Playlounge. This is a lot more upbeat and rocking than their usual selections. I like it!
The Verdict: I am a big fan of Keep In Touch! For a very low price, you get one song paired with a work of art. It’s a wonderful bargain! This month was a double win for me.
What do you think of Keep in Touch?