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The Music Box
Ships To: United States
The Music Box, who kindly sent me this box to review, is a subscription service that sends music and fun gifts to your front door for only $10 a box! They hand pick emerging artists (keeping in mind your favorite genres) and send you new music every month. Additional items that may be included in your Music Box are CD’s, posters, stickers, wristbands, t-shirts, and much more!
The Music Box ships via USPS First Class Mail and arrived in just a few days!
I hadn’t seen any reviews on The Music Box so I really didn’t know what to expect with this. I was pleasantly surprised to see the additional goodies in here as I didn’t realize I’d be getting them!
The Music Box doesn’t include an information card, which I am guessing is because boxes are personalized to your tastes. I totally cannot remember what I told them about my music tastes, but I *think* I actually noted B’s tastes which are alt rock’ish. Here is what my box included:
~Statelines EP – Dylan Jakobsen: B listened to all these (I listened to two of the three) and it’s hard to get anything out of him other than “I liked it” and / or “It was good”. He’s a man of few words! Dylan Jakobsen is only 20 years-old and his music is described as having a “country rock” feel.
~Rags & Ribbons – Magnesium Dreams: Rags & Ribbons “play melodic rock anthems driven by classically-inspired piano.” I am not sure how I would describe them, but of the CD’s from this bunch that I listened to, I think I like it best.
~Southerland Nights: Southerland Nights is a rock band out of Houston, TX. I quite like their stuff and wouldn’t flip the channel if I heard one of their songs come on!
~The Swag: I loved all the fun swag that came along with the box. L snagged the squirt gun, the sunglasses and notepad are mine and B gets all the stickers!
I didn’t do a cost breakdown on this box, but I think that the $10/month price point is awesome. If you want to get introduced to some new artists you might never have heard of otherwise, this is for you!