TWJ’s First Vinyl Giveaway! The Young Sinclairs

UPDATE: Congratulations to Cassandra, Brittany and Jessica, the winners of the giveaway! You guys rock!

The Young Sinclairs, from Roanoke, Virginia, already sound like they were transported from the hippie-tastic, free love flower-power 1960’s-era of music. So it makes sense that the collection of the best of the band’s songs from its slew of self-released albums would be a vinyl LP.

DO YOU WANT A COPY OF THE YOUNG SINCLAIRS? Their first album on new label Kindercore Records, Songs of The Young Sinclairs, is the first vinyl LP to be given away here at The Wounded Jukebox! Hell, it’s the first anything we’ve given away, and we’re excited about it because TYS are a quality band.

Tribe” by The Young Sinclairs (From Songs of the Young Sinclairs, out now on Kindercore Records)

Feel like being transported back in time via your record player? Good! We’ve got three copies of this talented group’s vinyl LP Songs of The Young Sinclairs to give away to you! How do I get one of those, you say? It’s SIMPLE!

Just comment on this post, with a song that you’ve discovered from The Wounded Jukebox. Be sure to give the title and artist, and leave your email address so we can get in touch with you so we know where to send the musical goodness! We’ll be choosing three winners randomly from the commenters to receive one of the records!

The giveaway closes Thursday at 10 a.m., so be sure to get your comments in before then!


  1. #1 by Brittany on April 20, 2010 - 11:51 PM

    Rather Be With You – Yukon Blonde.
    … Awesome discovery!!

  2. #2 by Cassandra on April 21, 2010 - 10:34 AM

    The Cave – Mumford & Sons
    furthermore, i am now also inspired to shop for a white blazer.

  3. #3 by Dan on April 21, 2010 - 5:14 PM

    Sweet Disposition – Temper Trap

    Thanks TWJ!

  4. #4 by Jessica on April 21, 2010 - 8:19 PM

    You guys introduced me to Le Loup a LONG time ago. I was browsing through some list (I forgot the blog post, I’m sorry!) and you mentioned Le Loup, and because I spoke french, I did that whole “Holy crap! I know what that means!” (it’s “the wolf”, for those without google translate) and listened to the track and was blown away. I literally bought the album a few weeks later. Yes, bought. As in I went to a store and bought it. Such ownage, TWJ. 🙂

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