We know there are a lot of great Black Friday deals going on today, so we've compiled a list of many of them in the replies. Please feel free join in with any other savings you find and discuss your purchases.
Secret Audio Club has launched pre-orders for Wax Packs Series 1, a series of 7" records packaged like baseball cards due out on January 28th. The first seres fraures new music, covers, live tracks, demos and acoustic renditions from the likes of Such Gold, Half Hearted Hero, Banquets, Austin Lucas, PJ Bond and more. Details can be found in the replies.
Enjoy the Ride Records is auctioning off many rare records records and test presses from the likes of The Starting Line, The Early November, Dustin Kensrue, Kevin Devine, I Am the Avalanche, HRVRD and more.
You can now orderOwel's self-titled album on vinyl through InTheClouds Records. The pressing is on bright blue marble and is limited to 300 copies. The packaging also includes a mini functioning piano inside as well.
We chose Variety-Detroit: The Children's Charity, simply helping kids no matter the need. This hits specifically close to home because as an infant and young child I was in the Variety Program. They provided funding for a prosthesis when I was about 18 months old. I was reconnected with Variety again because their organization works closely with the prothesisist who developed the guitar pick I'm currently playing with now. I figured what better way to give back to them than donate through our shirt in the Live Shot Charity Tee's series. They gave me a chance and every Kid deserves a chance.
Paper + Plastick Records has launched a new comic book series called Story/Song where an artist and writer create a story that is inspired by a song. The song for the first release is "6'10" by Flatfoot 56. The comic book is available in their webstore for $1 digitally and $5 physically. The next release will feature the music of No Use For A Name as performed by The Swellers in honor of Tony Sly.
Enjoy The Ride Records has released the long awaited Hrvrd 7" on marbled grey vinyl limited to 200 and then there is Fairweather's Lusuitania 2xlp splatter re-issue. It's the first time the album has ever been pressed on vinyl. You can pick either of these releases in the ETR records' webstore.