New Vinyl Service from Turntable Kitchen Delivers Exclusive Cover Albums

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Calling all fans of Ryan Adams’ 1989: Sounds Delicious is a new vinyl subscription from Turntable Kitchen that is specializing in producing cover albums from established indie artists. The service will send out a new album every month, featuring new album art and colored vinyl, which is always exciting to us cover art gurus.

So far, the artists on board with Sounds Delicious are: The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Mitski, Skylar Spence, Mutual Benefit, Quilt, Jonathan Rado, Yumi Zouma, GEMS and Salt Cathedral. In the coming months, these artists (among others yet to be announced) will record an album covering another artist of their choosing. Turntable Kitchen boasts that the albums will be available exclusively through their Sounds Delicious subscription and will only be pressed on vinyl, though they will come with a digital download code, too.

As of right now, Sounds Delicious is a campaign on Kickstarter and donors to the cause will also be subscribing to the first month to three months of vinyl, depending on how much they give. The first year of releases has been scheduled, but won’t be made public because, as the Kickstarter page puts it, “let’s face it, the mystery is part of what makes a subscription service so fun.”

Turntable Kitchen is known for their Pairings Box service, in which they send out a couple of ingredients, recipe cards and a seven-inch vinyl to subscribers. The service has been successful, selling out every month and releasing more than 50 different records.

The first cover album from the Sounds Delicious service will go out to subscribers in December. Visit the Kickstarter here to learn more about the project.

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