Vinyl Moon Subscription Box Review – Volume 37
Vinyl Moon is the first, and only, mixtape Record of the Month Club! Discover new favorite bands on beautiful vinyl every month – exclusively pressed and designed for Vinyl Moon!
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About Vinyl Moon
The Subscription Box: Vinyl Moon
The Cost: $30 per month to the US (shipping included)
The Products: A themed and exclusively pressed vinyl mixtape record!
Vinyl Moon Volume 37 Review
Volume 37 of Vinyl Moon was entitled “Rebirth” and it marked my second delivery into the VIP membership!
This month’s bonus piece was a Vinyl Moon challenge coin:
Pretty cool! I’m not big on coins, but I did keep this one around because I love the design.
I feel like I say this all the time, but this month’s collection was one of the best, yet. The artwork comes from Shreya Gupta – and is all around beautiful.
You’ll get this LP-sized information booklet. It’ll give you details about each artist and song you’re about to listen to – and gives you information about the graphic artist for the packaging. This is a nice little companion piece when starting your vinyl mixtape journey.
Even better – you’ll now be emailed a digital copy of the mixtape to take on-the-go – this will arrive about a week or so after you receive your record.
One of my favorite parts about this month – it arrived with a themed turntable mat!
Once again – a beautiful pressing. Musically, this was one of my favorites – I loved it front to back, and it even had Liz come in to say that she liked it, too!
Verdict: Vinyl Moon is such a unique subscription for vinyl/music lovers. I can’t get over the monthly artwork and curation, and then there’s the music – the discovery has been a great plus for me with this subscription. I’m a little over a year in and am loving it more and more.
To Wrap Up:
Can you still get this box if you sign up today? No. Orders placed after the 15th of a month will be shipped in the following month’s box.
What do you think of Volume 37 of Vinyl Moon?