Exclusive: Secret Audio Club unveils Wax Packs

Preorders / October 16, 2013

Secret Audio Club has revealed and launched the pre-orders for Wax Packs, a series of ten 7″ records, packaged like baseball cards and featuring  new music, covers, live tracks, demos and acoustic renditions from the following: Such Gold, Austin Lucas, PJ Bond, Podacter, Arliss Nancy, Banquets, John Moreland, Half Hearted Hero, Broadcaster, Aspiga, Boxer, The Hundred Acre Woods, Gifthorse, Broken Field Runner, Casual, Crybaby, Marathon, Fire When Ready and Placeholder. You can check out all the information regarding the project below:

  • Each 7″ is pressed on black vinyl, colored vinyl (limited to 150 each) and hand-numbered colored vinyl (limited to 50 each).
  • Each 7″ is then placed in a standard 7″ jacket, featuring identical artwork and shrink wrapped to create random “packs.”
  • These individual packs (featuring a random record) will be available at independent record stores nationwide (shown here).
  • Boxes, containing 5 of these packs (guaranteed 5 different 7″ records, one being colored) and a box topper trading card (20 to collect total, featuring each band), are available for pre-order right now at Secret Audio Club.
  • This first series of Wax Packs will be released on January 28th.

Furthermore, two trading cards will also be available throughout the next few months, with each containing a unique code to download two songs from the series. One will be given out at Secret Audio Club’s booth at THE FEST and will be limited to 300. The other will be available in a “non-sport update magazine in January.”

Pre-order directly at secretaudioclub.com/products/waxpacks
Learn more about the series & hear tracks at waxpacks.us
Promotional Video – http://vimeo.com/77005529
For any questions please email Kyle Chapman – Store@SecretAudioClub.Com

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Christopher Lantinen
Chris Lantinen is the owner and editor-in-chief of Modern Vinyl. Along with his modest collection of sad sounding records, he collects his share of soundtracks and previously adored indie up-and-comers. Chris is currently a professor of journalism and public relations at Edinboro University in the Erie, Pennsylvania area.

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