[Infographic] Holiday Gift Guide for the Music Lover in Your Life

‘Twas three weeks before Christmas and all through the office, 6/8 employees searched the internet for holiday gift ideas to blog on…




Ticketmaster Gift Card [$25- $1000]: For the music lover in your life who loves the live concert experience, this is a great gift idea as your recipient will be able to use this any time, with any show, all year long! Available at any drug store, or online. E-cards available as well at Ticketmaster.com

Straight Edge: A Clear-Headed Hardcore Punk History [Amazon.com, $24.99] 

For the rock star in your life, this book by Tony Rettmann offers a great insight into the history behind punk music. Full of great facts, inspiration, and a lot of black eyeliner and leather.

Synopsis via Amazon.com:

Tony Rettman traces the story of straight edge from adolescent origins to enduring counterculture via fresh first-hand accounts from the clear and alert members of Minor Threat, SS Decontrol, Youth of Today, DYS, Slapshot, Uniform Choice, 7 Seconds, Stalag 13, Justice League, Chain of Strength, No for an Answer, Insted, Gorilla Biscuits, Judge, Bold, Project X, Lärm, Brotherhood, Shelter, H2O, Half Off, Resurrection, Raid, Strife, Earth Crisis, Vegan Reich, Mindset, Stop and Think, Mouthpiece, Floorpunch, Ten Yard Fight, Mental, Fucked Up, Trial, Have Heart, Praise, Clear, the Geeks, and many others.

Spotify Premium Subscription [$14.99/month, Gift Card $10-$100]. 

You CANNOT go wrong with this gift! Like Beyonce, Spotify RUNS the world of music streaming! Make it possible for the music lover on your list to enjoy Spotify all year long. Spotify's premium subscription offers ad-free, no limit, all access to their library of millions of artists. A favorite for anyone who loves music. 

Giftcards are available on Amazon.com and in drugstores nationwide. You can also gift the subscription by heading to Spotify.com 

Vibes Hi-Fidelity Earplugs [Amazon.com, $24.99] 

If you've ever attended a live music event, you know you may walk out of there with a souvenir that isn't just off the merch table: ringing ears, ringing head, or a dull headache. This is a common after-effect of live music events and is referred to as tinnitus, (also known as "I can't hear you, I'm like deaf.") That's when high-fidelity earplugs like Vibes come in. They're designed to protect your ear against any sort of damage without making you miss a beat (hah, pun intended) as you are able to fully listen to and enjoy your concert experience. Available on Amazon.com and on their website, Discovervibes.com

P.S: We've included the Amazon.com links to the products featured today. Did you know, that buy purchasing through those direct links you'll be helping the largest female music organization in the country? Made possible through Amazon Smiles, your purchases will also help an organization very close to our heart continue to bring creative and influential events to women across the country in the music industry.

The deets: 
Women in Music is pleased to announce that Amazon(™) users can now donate 0.5% of their purchases to WIM by shopping via AmazonSmile(™). AmazonSmile(™) is an easy and automated way to support WIM at no additional cost to you. Select purchases you make on Amazon(™) will benefit Women in Music, but only when you login and choose Women In Music as your charity of choice. You can support WIM with just a few clicks. 

Here’s how you do it:
  1. Click on this link and log into your Amazon(™) account: https://smile.amazon.com/ch/13-3384908
  2. Shop as you normally would via https://smile.amazon.com- it's exactly the same experience as shopping on Amazon.com(™), but with the added benefit of supporting WIM!

Happy Shopping! And from all of us at 6/8 Music, we wish you a wonderful + beautiful holiday season!  


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