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Why Other Music is NYC's Best Record Store

Why Other Music is NYC's Best Record Store

An institution.

Requiem For a Record Store

Requiem For a Record Store

Chairman Mao muses on NYC's vanishing record stores.

What 30 of Your Favorite Record Shops Have Become

What 30 of Your Favorite Record Shops Have Become

The day the music died, a yogurt shop took its place.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Gary Wilkerson of Earwaxx Records (Kansas City)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Gary Wilkerson of Earwaxx Records (Kansas City)

The city's finest stop for rock records.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Justin Sowers of Guestroom Records (Oklahoma City)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Justin Sowers of Guestroom Records (Oklahoma City)

A pizza delivery boy turned record store bawse. Peep game.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with John Timmons of ear X-Tacy Records (Louisville)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with John Timmons of ear X-Tacy Records (Louisville)

A congenial vinyl advocate carries on this longstanding record locale.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Jenkins Boyd of Doc's Records & Vintage (Fort Worth)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Jenkins Boyd of Doc's Records & Vintage (Fort Worth)

This Texas shop is as quirky as its owner.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Scott Wishart of Lunchbox Records (Charlotte)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Scott Wishart of Lunchbox Records (Charlotte)

This North Carolina spot has an indie punk rock enclave worth checking for.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Paul Epstein of Twist & Shout (Denver)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Paul Epstein of Twist & Shout (Denver)

Check out this spacious music retailer in the heart of Colorado.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Reed Lappin of In Your Ear Records (Boston)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Reed Lappin of In Your Ear Records (Boston)

We prefer this dusty alternative to the Bean's other organized record bins.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Neal Becton (Washington DC)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Neal Becton (Washington DC)

Check out this hole-in-the-wall record haven in our nation's capital.

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Steve Stevenson of 1-2-3-4 Go! Records (Oakland)

Wax Nostalgic: 7 Questions with Steve Stevenson of 1-2-3-4 Go! Records (Oakland)

The owner of this record store cites "The Simpsons Sing the Blues" as his first musical purchase.

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