Sub Pop is relaunching its Singles Club for the fourth time following a 10-year hiatus, the seminal indie label announced on Thursday (Nov. 1).
The subscription-based service costs $130 and will include 12 7-inch singles starting in April 2019. They will feature exclusive tracks by a wide variety of artists, available only through the club. The offer is valid for a limited time only. You can subscribe at the Sub Pop website here.
The Sub Pop Singles Club previously ran from 1988-1993, 1998-2002 and 2008-2009, and has included music from Nirvana, Sonic Youth, Fugazi, the White Stripes, Bright Eyes, Jesus and Mary Chain, Iron and Wine and more pressed to vinyl. The label has not announced what artists will be featured in the new series.
Following the first single’s release in April 2019, the subsequent discs will be mailed in pairs every other month to save on shipping, the label said in a press release. The tracks will be made available for streaming and download two weeks after each single ships.
This year marks Sub Pop’s 30th anniversary, which the label has celebrated with its own festival, branded airplane and more.