This month's ROTM is an extra special Magnolia Record Club exclusive, pressed on pink vinyl. Featuring 11 songs never before released on vinyl, this limited edition record is made up of David Ramirez’s first two EPs, Strangetown and The Rooster, plus "Stick Around (acoustic version)".Read More
The Milk Carton Kids' new album, “All The Things That I Did And All The Things That I Didn’t Do” was featured as our June ROTM and pressed on exclusive double clear vinyl.
Kenneth Pattengale and Joey Ryan are The Milk Carton Kids and sing with harmonies similar to The Everly Brothers and Simon & Garfunkel. Released at the end of June, this new project marks the first time the acoustic duo has brought a band into the studio with them. “We wanted to do something new,” Pattengale says.
Family and Friends is an indie folk/rock band, full of energy and talent. They have steadily gained a loyal following with their spirited live performances and “good music, good people” mantra since releasing their first EP.
We are fans of this band and we had the pleasure of asking the band members a few questions!Read More
This month's ROTM is an extra special Magnolia Record Club exclusive. We partnered with David Ramirez and created a limited edition, exclusive pink vinyl featuring 11 songs never before released on Vinyl, including his Strangetown EP, The Rooster EP and an Acoustic version of "Stick Around".
Listen and share your favorite track with us!Read More
Meet Becca Mancari. She is our Artist Discovery Act this month. In just a short period of time, she has made quite the name for herself in Nashville and the Southeast. Becca always shines with authenticity and her music truly displays her strong sense of identity. She is an incredible person, on and off the stage and we had the privilege of asking her a few questions.Read More
Having trouble figuring out what to get your vinyl-loving dad for Father's Day? Fear not! We've compiled a list of some top-notch gifts for your Audiophather!Read More
People didn't always listen to music on Spotify. They'd lug out their gramophone and lovingly place it in the center of heir canoe to take an afternoon tour around the lake while listening to their favorite records. Can you imagine taking your gramophone out on the lake?
It can be a daunting task to set up the best audio experience, especially if you're starting out. We want to help you set up the best audio experience for you.Read More
Looking to update your set up? We want to give you a few easy pieces that will help create the perfect listening experience.Read More
Lake Street Dive's new album "Free Yourself Up" was our Record Of The Month for May.
This album is full of strong lyrics that will be sure to resonate with you in same way. As bassist, Bridget Kearney says, “It is based in the realities of our time which have inevitably become part of everyone’s daily life. It’s something you think about and obsess over — and write songs about. Free Yourself Up is about empowering yourself, emboldening yourself, no matter what’s going wrong.”Read More
The club is great, but now it’s even better!
Today we are very excited to share a new feature of Magnolia Record Club that is only available to our subscribers. This feature will be available as an “add-on” to your monthly shipment. Artist Discovery vinyl will be featured in the webstore for only $20 and will be limited each month, so be on the lookout for our monthly announcements.Read More
It just sounds better. But why? Truth be told, vinyl sounds this way to us because of the range of sounds it gives off. Vinyl is very “mid-range”, allowing our ears to listen back to the tracks in nearly the exact way that we hear music organically.Read More
"The group’s brilliant new album, ‘Critical Equation' is the most infectious and adventurous collection Dr. Dog has laid to tape yet, the record was born from a journey of doubt and discovery, a heavy, sometimes painful reckoning that ultimately brought the band closer together with more strength and clarity than ever before."Read More
If you notice your vinyl is skipping, there are a few different things that could be going wrong. The issue could be your individual records or it could be coming from your record player. Here are some tips for stopping those annoying skips!Read More
Magnolia Record Club’s Record of the Month for March 2017 was I'm With Her's debut album, See You Around. I’m With Her is Sara Watkins, Sarah Jarosz, and Aoife O'Donovan.Read More
We hear this questions regularly. What are the pros and cons of collecting vinyl records? Is it worth the investment? Does it really sound that much better than digital music? Here's what we have to say about it.Read More
Magnolia Record Club’s Record of the Month in February was Brandi Carlile’s By The Way, I Forgive You.Read More
Our January Record of the Month for January 2018 was "Magnolia Record Club presents: Judah & the Lion", which features a variety of Judah & the Lion's songs from over the years.
Our December 2017 Record of the Month was the "Magnolia Mixtape: Volume II". This exclusive, limited edition record was pressed onto a white vinyl. It features a variety of songs from different artists, chosen by our founder and curator Drew Holcomb.Read More
Magnolia Record Club's Record of the Month for November 2017 was Drew Holcomb and the Neighbors' first ever Christmas album, "The Neighborliest Christmas". It features a variety of our founder and curator Drew and his wife Ellie Holcomb's favorite Christmas songs.Read More