Vinyl Moon Subscription Box Review – Volume 40
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 40 Review
Volume 40 of Vinyl Moon was entitled “Gap the Mind”
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.
Around the time of receiving your vinyl, you’ll now be emailed a digital copy of the mixtape to take on-the-go.
VIP Members once again get a limited edition color pressing this month.
These little eyes peek thorugh add a 3D element to the packaging. It’s just the little things that make it more fun.
This month’s artwork is awesome. Do the peeking eyes remind anyone of Ren and Stimpy at all? This month’s artwork comes from Rick Stultz and is some of my favorite work, yet.
You’ll even get this little sticker.
It’s a beautiful, almost bubblegum, pressing for VIP member this month.
This month’s mixtape was a bit more electronic than I like, personally, but after saying that – it was still pretty darn good. And this is why it’s always worth a spin!
Verdict: If you’re a vinyl collector, new to vinyl, or just want to discover new music – this subscription could hit all of those categories – all while also supplying some fun and unique experiences. I highly recommend it.
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.
COUPON: No coupons at this time
What do you think of Volume 40 of Vinyl Moon?