Warner Bros. Records Re-launches Online Vinyl Site
Major label Warner Bros. Records has re-launched becausesoundmatters.com, a retail site offering a selection of the label's releases on vinyl as well as T-shirts. The latest iteration of the shop is now optimized for mobile and boasts updated navigation. While the site's offerings are geared toward rock and mainstream bands, the array of offerings are still pretty tantalizing for those who appreciate all things wax. A 15% store-wide for Black Friday weekend (November 29th through December 1st) with an additional 10% off discount code to e-mail subscribers is going on right now.
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Major label Warner Bros. Records has re-launched becausesoundmatters.com, a retail site offering a selection of the label's releases on vinyl as well as T-shirts. The latest iteration of the shop is now optimized for mobile and boasts updated navigation. While the site's offerings are geared toward rock and mainstream bands, the array of offerings are still pretty tantalizing for those ...[read more]
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