Turntable Kitchen is a new vinyl subscription service that aims to be the first to deliver full-length cover albums monthly. The project just launched a Kickstarter, which aims to raise $20,000 to help get the project off the ground. Here’s a description of what it is, via the crowdfunding page: “Every month you’ll receive an exclusive, limited-edition vinyl record featuring one of our favorite artists covering a full-length album of their choice. Although the records will include a digital download of the album, we won’t otherwise be releasing the album in any other format.”
Artists that have signed up to participate in the project include The Pains of Being Pure At Heart, Mitski, Mutual Benefit, Quilt, GEMS, Yumi Zouma, Skylar Spence, Jonathan Rado, Salt Cathedral and more.
So far, none of the participating bands have said which albums they intend to cover, so that’ll just be part of the surprise. As of right now, the project has raised about 10 percent of its $20,000 goal.