We all know what February is the month of love, and boy did The Music Box sure make me feel loved with their latest box. Even though I didn’t receive my box until very late in the month due to the Postal Service being dumb, the contents definitely made up for the tardiness. Check out all the wonderful goodies I got after the jump!
Also, be sure to check out each one of the bands I mention, and head over to Facebook to give them each a “Like.”
If you are interested in subscribing to The Music Box, you have a few options. First is The Box. For $10 per month you will receive two to four CD’s, along with other goodies such as wristbands, stickers, autographs, or t-shirts. Your second option is The Envelope. For $5 per month, you will be sent a 15-20 song compilation CD. Finally, for $13 per month, you can receive The Bundle, which is both The Box and The Envelope. To learn more and subscribe to any of these options, click here. Subscriptions are shipped out on the 7th of every month.
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Pam Taylor Band sticker and bottle coozie – Pam is a blues/rock singer/songwriter from South Carolina. Her voice has a rough but extremely controlled tone, which is very pleasing to listen to. If you’re a fan of artists such as Carrie Underwood, you’re definitely going to love Pam.
Stream this: “Smile Again”
Panic In Eden info and download card – Panic In Eden is a rock band from Los Angeles who claim they are interested in football, reading, and women – all of which are very common topics in the rock genre. J You can catch them at this year’s SXSW.
Stream this: “Don’t Mind Me”
The Company Men After Hours full-length album, bottle opener and mints – The Company Men are a throwbackPOP group from L.A. They add a modern twist to the oldies you know and love by doing mashups of the old and new. It makes for quite the listening experience. They’re transitions are flawless, making it seem like those songs were always supposed to go together.
Stream this: “Little Bitty Pretty One/Single Ladies (Put A Ring On It)/Just The Way You Are”
Jason Masi Life Is Wonderful full-length album – Jason is an American folk/rock singer from Washington, DC. Life Is Wonderful is his 2011 release, and is full of easy listening tunes. I can easily see myself popping this album in my car stereo and taking a drive to nowhere.
Stream this: “Next To You”
The Music Envelope: Compilation CD Volume 4
Click here to listen to some of the songs from the CD and click the band’s name to be taken to their Facebook page.
- “Let Go” – Diamond Days
- “Cross My Heart” – As December Falls
- “Lanterns” – I, Us, & We
- “Common Sense” – Kiernan McMullan
- “Tweaker” – Shortside Avenue
- “All For Me Grog” – Kilmaine Saints
- “First Love” – Taylor Winnell
- “Waste Of A Day” – Two Weeks Running
- “High Lights” – WhiteMoor
- “Help Me Forget” – The JimDay Project
- “A Home Inside Your Head” – As December Falls
- “You’re Not Alone” – Diamond Days
- “El Futuro” – Shortside Avenue
- “Just Look At Me” – Taylor Winnell
- “How You Thought It Would Be” – The JimDay Project
- “Three Words” – WhiteMoor
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