Sony Launches a Concert T-Shirt Line, Naturally

There’s nothing like a t-shirt to commemorate a concert, something that the folks at Sony Music know all too well. Hence the launch of Archive 1887, Sony Music’s in-house line of t-shirts meant to celebrate their bottomless archives of never-before-seen images of artists from Johnny Cash to Miles Davis. But your standard concert tee, this is not. Besides chic shapes (like a boyfriend-style raglan and crop-tops) and super soft cotton, these shirts come with an added bonus:free music. Each purchase has a special code that allows you to log on and unlock a streaming playlist and fun facts on the artist online at Archive1887.com. Check out our favorite pieces from the collection.
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There’s nothing like a t-shirt to commemorate a concert, something that the folks at Sony Music know all too well. Hence the launch of Archive 1887, Sony Music’s in-house line of t-shirts meant to celebrate their bottomless archives of never-before-seen images of artists from Johnny Cash to Miles Davis. But your standard concert tee, this is not. Besides chic shapes (like a boyfriend-style raglan and crop-tops) and super soft cotton, these shirts come with an added bonus:free music. Each purchase has a special code that allows you to log on and unlock a streaming playlist and fun facts on the artist online at Archive1887.com. Check out our favorite pieces from the collection.
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There’s nothing like a t-shirt to commemorate a concert, something that the folks at Sony Music know all too well. Hence the launch of Archive 1887, Sony Music’s in-house line of t-shirts meant to celebrate their bottomless archives of never-before-seen images of artists from Johnny Cash to Miles Davis. But your standard concert tee, this is not. Besides chic shapes (like a boyfriend-style raglan and crop-tops) and super soft cotton, these shirts come with an added bonus:free music. Each purchase has a special code that allows you to log on and unlock a streaming playlist and fun facts on the artist online at Archive1887.com. Check out our favorite pieces from the collection.