Subscribers will receive one of the curator’s favorite albums.
Experience Vinyl, a new vinyl record subscription service, is launching in April with a series of artist curators, including George Clinton, Elton John, Quincy Jones, Talib Kweli and Sean Lennon.
As Billboard reports, subscribers will pay $30 a month to receive one of the artist’s favorite albums – not their own music – along with personalized commentary, the artist’s top ten albums list, access to the Experience Vinyl store and various rewards. Elton John is the first curator and if his Desert Island Discs episode is anything to go by, that could mean anything from Wham! to Nina Simone and Theolonius Monk.
A portion of the sales will go to the artist’s charity of choice with Elton John opting for The Elton John AIDS Foundation. Subscriptions can run annually, trimonthly, or on a month-to-month basis.
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