This new vinyl service will text you an album you can buy every day

Originally posted on The Vinyl Factory

The Edit wants to help you build the ultimate record collection.

Introducing the latest vinyl-related service to try and enable your record addiction. Sign up and they’ll send you a text message every day recommending a classic record which you can then opt to buy, simply by replying ‘Yes’.

It’s free to sign up – all you have to do is supply them with your bank details once, and presto, henceforth your next record is just a text message away.

Sound dangerous? The Edit have mercifully introduced a ‘buyer’s remorse’ function, giving you 30 minutes to cancel your order in case you were too trigger-happy or realised you didn’t like Beastie Boys that much anyway. So far it’s a fairly canonical selection – along with Paul’s Boutique previous offers include Miles Davis’ Kind of Blue and Nirvana’s Nevermind.

Currently only available in the United States, shipping costs a flat $3 and all orders are trackable online.

Supermarket giant Tesco recently became the latest store to jump on the vinyl bandwagon, while in Amsterdam a new startup is offering to press personalized vinyl records on demand for just 50 euros.

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