Secretly Group Unveils Monthly Record Club

Marisa Wojcik/The Eau Claire Leader-Telegram via AP
Justin Vernon of Bon Iver performing at the Eaux Claires festival on July 18, 2015 in Eau Claire, Wis.

Secretly Group, the indie home of Bon Iver, Dinosaur Jr., Suuns and scores of other critical favorites, has announced the debut of a new record club for its most discerning listeners. Secretly Society is a "super simple" club in which members can sign up for 3, 6 or 12 months and receive exclusive pressings of albums from the label group’s trio of imprints: Dead Oceans, Jagjaguwar and Secretly Canadian.

The Indiana-based company said it’s kicking off the club with Angel Olsen's My Woman in September, followed by Preoccupations' upcoming self-titled effort in October. "After that, expect a mix of new artists, established vets, and top-notch represses from our timeless back catalog," the group said. Three-month subs run $60; 6 months for $110; and a full year for $200 -- shipping is included in that price.

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If a curated record club isn’t your bag -- you just gotta have that Okkervil River reissue now! -- Secretly has also unveiled a new online store for its complete, tri-label-spanning catalog. Recent releases include Tig Notaro’s Boyish Girl Interrupted, Mitski’s Puberty 2 and The Cave SingersBanshee.