Earlier this fall, Ghostly International released a retrospective vinyl collection in collaboration with vinyl of the month club Vinyl Me Please. The Ann Arbor, Michigan-based label has been home to some of electronic's greatest, specifically artists like Matthew Dear, Tycho and Com Truise. Launched in 1999 by Samuel Valenti IV, Ghostly has been a haven for Detroit house music, for artists who value independence and the values of a local label that understands its culture from the ground up.
The box set - exclusively released with Vinyl Me Please - celebrates two decades of Ghostly International's work through its story and artistry. After quickly selling out at its initial release, we have a set to give away. The Story of Ghostly International includes a limited edition six-album, deluxe notes, and an 8-LP colored vinyl box set digitally paired in tandem with a four-episode podcast series. The vinyl collection includes three Ghostly albums that have never been on vinyl, including Ghostly Swim vol. 1 and 2. For Vinyl Me Please, this is another box set that they've carefully built and subsequently has sold out.
Enter to win the full set, with detailed photos below.